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M.Amarsanaa: Many Russians listen to Nuance

By B.ODONTUYA

Nuance, a popular Mongolian pop-opera band, spent much of last year touring. The singer of Nuance, M.Amarsanaa, answered some questions about the band’s plans for the future.

-How was last year for Nuance?
-We had many achievements in the past year. We performed in Ulan-Ude and Chita in Russia, beginning in April. We performed two concerts each month. We found out that there are many people in Russia who listen to Nuance. Our performances were very well-received there.
-What are the band’s plans for this year?
-We are planning to perform classical and opera concerts in Russian cities such as Chita, Saint Petersburg, Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude. The first two of these concerts will take place on March 7 and 8 in Ulan-Ude, to celebrate International Women’s Day.
-Aren’t you planning to put on concerts in Mongolia?
-According to our plans, our concert in Mongolia will be held in late October. We have already begun preparations and started our music arrangements.
-What songs will be sung at the concerts?
-There will, of course, be Nuance’s pop-opera songs. We sing in Mongolian and also in French, English, Spanish and Italian. So we are thinking of performing some songs in foreign languages.
-When will your new songs be ready for your fans?
-We’re planning to finish the video clip for our song Ekh Ursiin Elberel before March 8, Women’s Day. We recorded this song last year.
-What studio are you working with?
-We are working with Logic Film Studio. The screenplay of the music video is ready and we’re waiting to shoot the clip when the studio finishes their current filming work. Apart from this song, we have about 10 other songs that are ready for recording.
-Will this song be on a new album?
-We are going to reproduce our 2010 Bid Neg Huseltei and Amore albums with different covers. They will be on sale in Ulaanbaatar and in Ulan-Ude and Irkutsk in Russia. When we performed in Russia many people asked how to buy our albums, so we have decided to sell them in Russia.

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