Subject: Reminder: Speaker Series - Dimitri Staszewski - February 16th 5:30 PM, Natsagdorj library

ACMS Speaker Series
Cultural Preservation and the Idea of Wilderness in Mongolia
Speaker: Dimitri Staszewski 

5:30 PM, Tuesday - February 16th, 2016, American Corner, Ulaanbaatar public library

Based on his current research, Mr. Staszewski will be presenting recent  videos and recordings  showcasing how nature is the central theme and inspiration for Mongolian music and song.  Examining the similarities and differences of music traditions from different Aimags,  he is exploring what makes local traditional music uniquely Mongolian.

Co-Sponsored by the American Cultural and Information Center, Ulaanbaatar
Provided with support from the US State Department and Department of Education.
About the Presenter

  About the Speaker: Dimitiri Staszewski 

Dimitri Staszewski is a recording engineer, producer, and an adventurer who enjoys merging his passions for creating multimedia content and exploration. Dimitri is currenty in Mongolia on Fulbright-mtvU scholarship adding to his website which showcases traditional music in the daily lives of herders.

To see some of Dimitri's work, visit his personal website or his professional Instagram account

For more information visit the ACMS website

Thank you to the American Corner and the Natsagdorj Library for sponsoring this event.


The American Center for Mongolian Studies is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting scholarship in Mongolian Studies.

ACMS, Ulaanbaatar Public Library - East entrance, Seoul street-7, Sukhbaatar District
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