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VOCALLY IN HARMONY: Alash, a group of Tuvan “throat-singers,” performed a mini concert in Olin Library March 8. The throat singers are able to use a solo voice to extract two or three sounds simultaneously. Their appearance was sponsored by the Center for the Arts and the Russian Department.

Alash is an ensemble of singers playing traditional instruments that came to Wesleyan for a colloquium, workshop, demonstration and performance under the auspices of the Open World Cultural Leaders Program, an initiative of the U.S. Congress designed to build mutual understanding between the U.S. and Russia. The singers drew more than 50 Wesleyan spectators to their mid-day performance and 380 to the CFA performance. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)