Let us imagine the world of music to be a vast garden. Here one may find a flower of Korean music, there one encounters another that represents German music. On the southern corner is a flower of Argentine music. Next to the Korean flower, we also find that of Japan. Across the pond lies a bed of flowers, that is the United States. So on with an Italian flower or a Brazilian too. This evening, let us then take a closer look at what constitutes the Korean flower. Examine its various parts: from its roots all the way up to the petals. And its surroundings: the bees, birds, and the winds.
Korean Drum Dance Jessica Park & Co.
Re-enactment of Traditional Marriage Ceremony Members of KCB
Empty Heart (Eunyoung Kim & Sigimsae, composer) Jeong, Kim, Baik, & Musicians of Sigimsae
Heart's Way 마음길 TeRra Han & Eunyoung Kim
Autumn Diary 가을의 일기 (Kyung Hoon Park) TeRra Han, Yumi Bae
Rose Jang 백도라지 (Korean Traditional, 황 금산 version) TeRra Han & Yumi Bae
Prelude from Suite No 3 for Cello Solo (J. S. Bach) Yumi Bae & TeRra Han
Sarabande from Cello Suite No 5 for Cello Solo (J. S. Bach) TeRra Han & Yumi Bae
P'ansori (고고천변 from 수궁가) TeRra Han
Kayageum SanjoTeRra Han
Samul-Nori Haneul Sori 하늘 소리 (Jeon Ryul Choi, group leader)
Improvisations Paintbrush Orchestra (Yeonathan Shachar, conductor)
J trad medley Sumie Kaneko & Isaku Kageyama
Takeda no Komoriuta (Lullaby of Takeda) (Japanese trad.) Sumie Kaneko, Isaku Kageyama, Kyumin Shim, Seungho Jang, Kiwoong Choi
My Favorite Things (R. Rogers, O. Hammerstein) Sumie Kaneko, Isaku Kageyama, Kyumin Shim, Seungho Jang, Kiwoong Choi
Grand Finale (Traditional, Eunhye Jeong, arranger, Yeonathan Shachar, painter)
Part I. 뱃노래-궁타령 TeRra Han, Yeseul Park, Eunhye Jeong
Part II. Vocal + Strings Yoengsin Kim, Yumi Bae, Seungho Jang, Kyumin Shim
Part III Arirang Deconstructed/Re-assembled Paintbrush Orch.
Part IV Jam on Arirang, K. Shim, Musicians of Sigimsae and Paintbrush Orch.