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The Korean Performing Arts Center
Presents  The  Seventeenth Annual Concert

Sounds of Korea: A Journey through Time

Saturday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Peter J. Sharp Theater, Symphony Space

(2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York, NY)

The Korean Performing Arts Center (KTPAA) proudly presents its 17th Annual Concert: 

Sounds of Korea: A Journey through Time

The concert will introduce the Korean Buddhist Monk Dance, seumgmu, performed by two of the most distinguished Korean dance masters, Sue Yeon Park and Song Hee Lee. The concert will also feature some of the most vibrant Korean traditional chamber music pieces, including cheonyeon manse (Korean Court music), geomungo sanjo (solo improvisational genre), folk songs and darangshi, a new composition by renowned composer, Dae Sung Kim. 

This concert will demonstrate an array of mystical sounds of Korea, connecting the old and the new.

Tickets: $30, Students and Seniors $20

For Tickets please visit www.symphonyspace.org/event

For more information call Symphony Space Box Office (212) 864-5400 or KTPAA (212) 921-9344

The Korean Performing Arts Center is dedicated to traditional and contemporary Korean music

and dance as a home for teaching, performance and outreach. The center promotes global

understanding and appreciation of Korea’s artistic heritage to contemporary American society.

12 East 33rd Street, 5th Floor (Bet. 5th and Madison)

New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 921-9344

Fax: (212) 921-0845

Web: www.ktpaa.org

Email: ktpaa@yahoo.com

Ju-Yong Ha,
Oct 11, 2011, 4:10 PM