2013-2014 Open Stage: Gamin Ensemble, Traditional Music and Contemporary Dance
Thursday, February 13, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Gamin: Exotic Beauty over the Korea's Tradition
Gamin had a solo recital concert, “Gamin’s Piri, Meet the World!” at Bennett Media Studio in New York in 2011. Under the same concept of connecting the old (traditional music) and new (contemporary music), this performance will feature more diversity in her musical instruments, such as Piri, Taepyeongso, and Saenghwang, meeting the sophisticated sounds from new experimental languages of contemporary music.
This performance aims to introduce the vibrancy and diversity of Korean traditional music by working with musicians of other disciplines including Jazz, Classical and Contemporary music. Gamin’s performance will contribute towards creating new works and collaborations with other world artists. This group will show that traditional music is not limited in one’s country but can be combined with other music genres in different parts of the world.
Gamin: Sounds Artist & Musician (piri, taepyeongso, saenghwang)
Elliott Sharp: Composer, Performer, Multi-instrumentalist
Dancer: Jee Yoon Hong
Act I. Traditional Korean Music
Act II. Metamorphose
Interdisciplinary artwork that combines sounds & movements
Act III. Cross-Cultural Improvisation
Ensemble with western instruments
Admission: Free but RSVP needed
Information: email@example.com, 212-759-9550 ext.210
Performance Information: http://www.koreanculture.org/?document_srl=275854
When & Where
Korean Cultural Service New York / Please RSVP only through our website
The Korean Cultural Service New York (KCSNY) is a government institution inaugurated in December 1979 to establish and promote Korean culture and aesthetics in New York. KCSNY provides diverse cultural and artistic activities including gallery exhibitions, performing arts concerts, film festivals, and educational programs.