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Crossing Boundaries Concert Series: Azalea — Music by Quiet Revolution (Kiyoung & Gamin)

July 27日, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm UTC+0


CRSで7月からスタートする、Crossing Boundaries コンサート・シリーズ第一回目。「Azelea」とは、Gaminがキュレートする— Echoes of Korea —と名付けられたシリーズです。
7月27日(金)午後8時より、作曲家 Kiyoung Kim氏の音楽をQuiet Revolution (韓国出身のKiyoung Kim と Gaminによるユニット)の演奏でお楽しみいただけます。

Kiyoung (claves & voice) と Gamin (saenghwang & piri)は韓国の伝統的音楽にクラッシックとコンテンポラリーを融合させた新しいタイプの音楽で知られています。

“Gamin is…a true pioneer and innovator, leading these instruments in exciting new directions” — Ralph Samuelson (senior advisor, Asian Cultural Council).

チケットは当日$25、前日(7/26日)までのご購入は $20 です。オンライン またはお電話(212-677-8621) でどうぞ。学生とシニア (65歳以上) は$15。有効なIDをお持ちください。お席に限りがありますので、事前にチケットの購入をおすすめします。

Azalea (saenghwang, voice)
Crying angry mountain (piri solo)
Speed and Silence (saenghwang, Claves, voice)
All works are composed or transcribed by Kiyoung.

Gamin is a yisuja of the Important Intangible Cultural Asset No. 46 for piri and daechita. gamin is one of the most celebrated piri, taepyeongso (Korean traditional oboe family) and saengwhang (ancient wind-blow instrument) performers in Korea today. From 2000 to 2010, she was a member and assistant principal player of the Contemporary Gukak Orchestra at the National Gukak Center, the hub for training and preserving Korean traditional music. Today, she experiments and expands her musical realm to interdisciplinary projects in collaboration with international artists. She was a recipient of residency program grant from the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and Asian Cultural Council (ACC) of Rockefeller Foundation, has toured for lecture concerts at Harvard University, Dartmouth University, University of Pennsylvania and etc. She received her DMA in traditional music at Seoul National University and published the book “Advanced Techinuqes of PIRI” by Minsokwon, in Seoul.
*yisuja is a title designated to someone who mastered a course study in an intangible cultural asset of Korea. jeonsuja is a lower title.

Kiyoung Kim
Dubbed a borderless musician, Kiyoung has moved in and out of Genres and across international boundaries, while collaborating with dancers, theater directors, visual artists in various fields and forms. He is the founder of CMB 567 ( Contemporary Music Band 567), a groups of four composers and seven musicians dedicated to exploring the interaction among various contemporary korean and other asian music and art forms. He lives in New York.

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July 27日, 2018
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8:00 pm - 9:15 pm
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