AnDa Union’s haunting harmonies and vibrant stringed instruments evoke the endless beauty of the Inner Mongolian grasslands. Driven by a thirst to discover the power and magic of their rich traditions and culture, the group combines throat singing and long song with horse-head fiddles and two stringed lutes to bring powerful ancient Mongolian music to life as never heard before. Though the group holds on to the essence of Mongolian music, it creates a musical form all its own.
Created in 2003, AnDa Union is made up of 10 members. The members are all very proud of their Mongolian heritage. They play traditional Mongolian instruments such as the horse head fiddle and morin khurr.