KOREAN CULTURAL SOCIETY OF BOSTON presents
Soul of Korea
A NIGHT OF KOREAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC
Celebrated Artists from Korea Bring Storytelling, Drumming, Buddhist Dance, Ensemble Music and More on April 20 at Pine Manor College in Newton. Korean Cultural Society’s Inaugural Public Event Offers Rare Opportunity to Sample Authentic Korean Music and Dance
Boston, MA— Korean Cultural Society of Boston (KCSB) proudly presents a concert featuring the traditional music and dance of Korea on April 20, 2013 at the Ellsworth Theater of Pine Manor College in Newton.
“Soul of Korea: A Night of Korean Traditional Music” will feature highly acclaimed artists from Korea and New York, including the celebrated Gayakeum (string instrument) performer Youngsook Song. The Scheduled performance includes Samulnori (drumming), Pansori (storytelling), and Buddhist Dance showcasing the music—both instrumental and vocal— and dance rooted in Korean tradition. The evening’s performances will have projected visual images highlighting the history and context, and Korean-American actor Steven Lee will host the show.
Founded in September 2012, Korean Cultural Society of Boston aims to introduce the rich culture and history of Korea to the communities of New England, including second-generation Korean-Americans. “This concert will be an unforgettable introduction to the traditional performing arts of Korea,” said KCSB’s President, Byung Kim.
Tickets are $20 (students $10), and can be purchased at www.kcsBoston.org or by calling 781-223-4411.
Jean Paige School of Dance
Sunday, April 28, 2013 Performances at 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM
Fresh Pond Ballet:
Sunday, June 16, 2013. Performance at 3:00 PM.
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