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Together on the Gugak
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Photo courtesy by Hana Art

What: Korean traditional music performance

Date: Nov. 30, 2013

Time: Saturday 7 p.m.

Venue: Jeju Art and Culture Center (제주도 문예회관), Main Theater, 852 Ildo 2-dong, Jeju City

Transport: Bus no. 11, 20, 26, 70, 92, 200. Get off at Jeju Culture Center

Tickets: Adults 10,000 won, Student 5,000 won

- Available on the door from 1 hour before the performance time until doors open.


Classical Korean traditional music often provokes a mixed reception from people today. However, this Korean traditional music performance by Hana Art is more dynamic and combines Korean storytelling and is modernized by using different types of music in harmony such as jazz and other western styles. This is an experiement in bilateral communication to reach modern people in their lives through traditional music.

Program

1. Gosagud

This is a shamanic type of music, expressing a prayer to the absolute and nature by confessing human’s powerlessness. The performer, Gwan Jae-eun will play a recital with Hanaart for unification.

2. Sanchunchomok (Mountain, river, plants and trees)

Jeju traditional songs playing with the daegeum, a Korean traditional pipe.

3. Seoljanggu

The speciality of Honam eudo gud, a Korean traditional percussion band, is janggu, a double-headed drum with a narrow waist in the middle. Legandary janggu players Kim Byeongseup and Seon Sudeuk perform with Hanaart.

4. Chungseunggok

Daegeum’s sound is described as calming life’s vicissitudes and has been called a “wild goose’s cry on a fall night.”

5. Jilju (Speeding)

Percussion performance

6. Haegeumsanjo

Haegeum is a Korean traditional instrument which sounds like a viola. It plays life’s diverse emotions.

7. B-boy and Sangmo

Sangmo is a hat with an attached tail. The performer dances with the twirling hat and a percussive instrument. This B-boy and Sangmo performance harmonises western and oriental cultures.



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