The Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles (KCCLA) and SORI Artists will present a special performance, ADG7(Ak Dan Gwang Chil), on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. at Wilshire Ebell Theatre. (4401 W 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90005). Tickets are free but reservation is required.
ADG7 made their US debut in January 2020, followed by their California debut virtually in 2020 Summer at Skirball Stage, an online concert series at the Skirball Cultural Center. After several postponements due to COVID-19, this concert will be their very first return to the US since the pandemic, performing in-person live on stage. At this free concert in LA, ADG7 will perform new songs from their latest second album “Such is Life” and other hits from their first album including “Young Jeong Geo Ri,” “Eulssa,” “Whatever,” “Hello, Lonely,” “Hee Hee” and more.
ADG7’s US tour will start in Los Angeles, California followed by Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon.
Wednesday, November 3rd Wilshire Ebell Theatre @ 7:30PM - Los Angeles, CA
Friday, November 5th Edmonds Center for the Arts @ 7:30PM - Seattle, WA
Monday, November 7th Portland'5 Center for the Arts @ 7:30PM - Portland, OR
After the west coast tour, ADG7’s tour will continue until November 20, 2021 visiting 8 more cities in east coast and Canada. This tour is supported by Korea Arts Management Service.
About The Band
Withone foot in the world of tradition and another in glitzy upbeat pop, Ak Dan Gwang Chil (ADG7) is a multi-award-winning group featuring three powerhouse female folk singers and a rich repertoire inspired by Korea's sacred, shamanic ritual music (gut) and beloved folk songs (minyo) of Hwanghae Province in the northern reaches of the peninsula. Their powerful performances engage and immerse like no other, presenting the spiritual blessings and positive energy of traditional music in a thoroughly modern and often comical style.
ADG7 was organized in 2015, the year Korea commemorated its 70th anniversary of national liberation. By reconnecting with and reimaging shared Korean cultural roots, ADG7 expresses the true meaning of liberation and the desire for unification. The group's recognitions include Best Group at the 2018 KBS Korean Traditional Music Awards and the Sori Frontier Award at the 2017 Jeonju International Sori Festival, plus recent performances at WOMEX (World Music Expo) 2019 and globalFEST 2020 as an official artists and upcoming shows as a grantee of Mid Atlantic Tours' 2020-2021 touring roster.
Band Members: Kim Yak Dae (Daeguem), Lee Man Wol (Piri & Saenghwang), Grace Park (Ajaeng), Won Meon Dong Maru (Gayaguem), Chun Gung Dal (Percussion), Sunwoo Barabarabarabam (Percussion), Hong Ok (Singer), Myeong Wol (Singer), and Yoo Wol (Singer)
Admission is free, and reservations can be made online or over the phone. www.kccla.org 323-936-7141 firstname.lastname@example.org
The following protocols are required for all visitors:
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