2019 ARI PROJECT: Performing Arts
Gayageum music of Hwang Byungki
Promoted by Kim Dongsuk Korean Classical Music and Dance Company
-Title: Gayageum music of Hwang Byungki
-Presenters: Korean Cultural Center, Kim Dongsuk Korean Classical Music and Dance Company
-Date: Friday, May 17, 2019 at 7:30pm
-Place: Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles 3rd Fl. Ari Hall
5505 Wilshire Blvd., LA, CA 90036
- Online Reservation: www.kccla.org/english/programs_reservation.asp
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On Friday, May 17th, 2019, the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles (KCCLA) and Kim Dongsuk Korean Classical Music and Dance Company will present ‘Gayageum music of Hwang Byungki’ at 7:30pm on the 3rd floor of Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles in the Ari Hall.
This concert will be performed mainly on gayageum by Dongsuk Kim, director of Korean Classical Music and Dance Company, and Kyungsun Chang, Minjung Kim, Eunah Choi, and Jisun Kim who are widely known among the Korean community and the mainstream society as artists who promote Korean music and dance to commemorate the late Hwang Byungki’s gayageum music.
Hwang Byungki is well-known as a Gayageum player, composer and founder of creative Gayageum music. Since 1960, he has released his 12th Gayageum-based original song, Forest, and has composed many other Gayageum music such as , , and . He was the foremost South Korea player of the Gayageum (Korean string instrument), a 12 strings zither with silk strings. He was also a composer and an authority on Sanjo, a form of traditional Korean instrumental music.
The concert will feature dances like Salpuri, Chim Hyang Moo, and Taepyung Moo, and music will be performed on traditional Korean instruments like gayageum and janggo.
Admission is free, and reservations can be made online or over the phone.
1. Salpuri (살풀이)
2. The Forest (숲)
3. Chimhyang-moo (침향무)
4. Tae Pyung Moo (태평무)
5. Silk Road (비단길)
6. The Talha Nopigom (달하 노피곰)
7. Chung Nam hee je, Hwang Byungki Gayageum Sanjo (정남희제 황병기류 산조)
* The program is subject to change without notice.