Friday, January 29, 2021
Concert of Voice from Different Backgrounds
KCCLA's Cultural Outreach Program with University of Central Florida
-Date: Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5pm(PST)
-Watch on: Zoom WEIBINAR
-For more Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 323-936-3015
The Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles (Wijin Park, Director) and University of Central Florida (Yoon Joo Hwang, Assistant Professor of Music) present a special online Global Concert 'Concert of Voice from Different Backgrounds' on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5 PM.
Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles invites professional guest artists, panelists and lecturers, who will perform music, give a lecture recital and answer questions from the audience as part of a panel.
Title: Global Concert - Concert of Voice from Different Backgrounds
Moderator: Yoon Joo Hwang (Assistant Professor of Bassoon, University of Central Florida)
Speaker & Performer:
- Nora Lee Garcia (Professor of Flute, University of Central Florida)
- Yoon Joo Hwang (Assistant Professor of Bassoon, University of Central Florida)
- Alex Burtzos (Assistant Professor of Composition, University of Central Florida)
- Young-Jin Choe (Principal Bassoon, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra)
- Min Cheng (Principal Bassoon, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra)
- Ryan Blakemore (Pianist)
- Jeremy Umlauf (Composer and Arranger)
The Outreach program, in an effort to encourage and comfort Korean musicians, will be a virtual concert with Yoon Joo Hwang, a bassoon professor at the University of Central Florida, and Nora Lee Garcia, a flute professor at the University of Central Florida. The KCCLA and the University of Central Florida thank Professor Young-Jin Choe, Principal Bassoon for the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, and Professor Min Chen, Principal Bassoon for the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra for making the lecture and concert a global event.
The KCCLA and the University of Central Florida hope that members of the audience will share what they have learned and be able to play familiar Korean music. Professor Hwang and Jeremy Umlauf, a student at the University of Central Florida Music Department, have arranged and will perform Arirang, Island Baby, and Magnolia, combining their understanding of Korean musical emotions with beautiful melodies.
Nora Garcia, a professor at the Flute College of Music, co-starred with Yonsei University and Sejong Wind Symphony in Korea, gave lectures at the invitation master class and Sookmyung Women's University, and is a professor and performer of Korean music. In this lecture, Sun Mi Ro's 'Three Invocations for Flute' flute solo and lecture will be performed.
Professors Young-jin Choe, Min Cheng, and Yoon Joo Hwang of the Tomo Basson Trio will perform 'Relativity,’ a piece composed by Alex Burtzos in 2020, as an example of a new method of composing music remotely using Zoom.
This lecture, hosted by Professor Hwang, is open to University of Central Florida students as well as anyone who has an interest in classical music. You can apply for this lecture series at the KCCLA website.