Sulh Ensemble Musical Instruments: Lisu Subu

The Subu is a long necked lute with snakeskin head used by the Tibeto-Burmese Lisu people that live throughout Burma (Myanmar) and portions of Thailand.

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Sulh Ensemble’s Musical Instruments: Thai Phin (พิณ)

Sulh Ensemble’s artistic director, Jon Silpayamanant, plays a Thai Phin. The Phin is a long-necked lute from the Isan region (where Jon was born). Used…

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Sulh Ensemble presents: Visions of Southeast Asian Music

Come celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with Sulh in an afternoon of music from Southeast Asia by the Sulh Ensemble. Music will include selections from…

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Show Photos: The Story of Aurora Mardiganian

Please visit the Sulh Facebook album with photos from our recent show, “The Story of Aurora Mardiganian.”

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Sulh Ensemble Musical Instruments: Thai Saw U Coconut Fiddle (ซออู้)

Sulh Ensemble’s artistic director, Jon Silpayamanant, holding his Saw U after a performance at the South Central Regional Library in Louisville (2017). The Saw U…

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Audio: Zarmanali e indz (Զարմանալի է ինձ) – Armenian Šarakan

Sulh is excited to perform one of the earliest works by a woman composer. Written sometime after 737 AD by Khosrovidukht Goghtnatsi, Zarmanali e indz…

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The Story of Aurora Mardinganian

Sulh Presents: The Story of Aurora Mardinganian NEW ALBANY, IN. — The Story of Aurora Mardinganian presented by the Sulh Ensemble (www.sulhmusic.com) and artistic director,…

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Show Photos: Peace Concert

Sulh performs music from Southeast Asia at the 4th Annual “Call to Unity! Peace Concert” sponsored by the Interfaith Paths to Peace. The concert took…

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Sulh’s Southeast Asian Fiddles

Sulh Southeast Asian Fiddle practice before the Call To Unity! Peace Concert tomorrow!  Saw u (ซออู้) on the left. Saw duang (ซอด้วง) on the right.

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เพลงลอยกระทง (Loy Krathong Song)

Sulh has begun rehearsing the Loy Krathong Song. This tune is a Thai Folk Song (เพลงพื้นบ้าน – Playng Péun Bâan) and sung during the Loy…

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