Process of creating reconstructed kyl kiyaks: The working group of the project “Bringing konur ún to the sound of the Kyrgyz orchestra”, musicians Cholpon Turumbaeva, Rysbek Junushov, Zalina Kasymova and traditional musical instrument maker Marat Berikbaev are at the stage of finalizing changes to the structure of the kyl kyak, which will be able to easily produce konur ún. Once the kyl kiyaks are made, the project team will begin the stage of training young musicians to play the reconstructed kyl kiyaks. The process of teaching komuzes is ongoing. Also, the working group of the project is at the stage of approving the concert program. The final goal of training a group of musicians to play reconstructed komuz and kyl kiyak is to take them with reconstructed instruments to the orchestra of the University of Culture and Arts named after B. Beishenalieva and hold a report concert.

Transformation of cultural codes: On March 29, Aiguine staff and experts discussed the transformation of cultural codes through new purposes and modern forms. One such form is the now widespread “transformation games.” One of the key questions of the discussion was whether the practice of traditional dream interpretation could be translated into a game form for the benefit of the people concerned.

Program Asyl Zhan: this week there were 2 programs on topics – actor Erzhan Osmonov, actress Makhabat Asanbekova: Modern Kyrgyz families; Nazira Esenalieva: Experience of a victim of violence.