Korean Cultural Center Presents PAN Project, Free to the Public but RSVP

오는 14일(금) 워싱턴 디시에 있는 한국 문화원주최로 제 4회 PAN Project ( 한국, 중국, 일본이 함께 하는 퍼포먼스) 가 열린다고 한국 문화원에서 밝혔다.
피리 매스터 가민씨와 함께 하는 퍼포먼스 장소는 한국 문화원이 아닌 아래 장소, 워터 프론트 야외극장에서 열린다고 한다. 한국의 전통민요,중국의 전통민요, 일본의 전통 민요가 함께 어우러질 이번 공연을 놓치지 말기를 바란다.

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater

자세한 내용은 아래 내용을 참조하시고 RSVP 해서 금요일 저녁 가족과 연인이 함께 하며 즐거운 시간을 보내길 바란다.

Friday, July 14 at 7:00 pm
Arena Stage (The Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle)
1101 6th St SW, Washington, DC 20024
Free with RSVP!
Join us as we welcome celebrated Korean musician gamin and her fusion-traditional music ensemble PAN Project for the 4th Showcase of the OnStage Korea 2017 Season, which celebrates outstanding Korean performing arts across the DC region. PAN Project fuses rousing folk music of Korea, China, and Japan to create an unforgettable multicultural experience, including the DC premiers of improvisational world music pieces PrismSugung-gaArirang, and Xisanggi.
The Korean word pan taken from the name of the Korean narrative music tradition pansori means to gather or come together (sori meaning song). PAN Project embodies this idea in their desire to gather the traditions of East Asia into one ensemble and draw on the intercultural relationships between Chinese, Korean, and Japanese music traditions, while expanding the scope of music from these origins. PAN Project tells stories through music and performance: from creations that draw on the rich intercultural music traditions of East Asian instrumental performance, ritual and theater, to modern influences, drawing on improvisation, Western composition, and multi-media technology. Through their music, PAN Project hopes to explore the creative nature of collaboration across cultures and bring together both history and the modern day into one intercultural, holistic expression.
PROGRAM
Gutgeori 굿거리
Improvisation on Korean Traditional Rhythm
Yi Gu Ren 이구란
Improvisation on Chinese Traditional guqin Music
Thinking of……in the Mountain 산에서생각하기
 Improvisation on Korean, Taiwanese, and Japanese folk melodies
Sugung-ga 수궁가
Improvisation on Korean Pansori
Prism 프리즘
Composition by Kaoru Watanabe 
Diu Diu Dang 디우 디우 당
Diu Diu Dang Taiwanese Nursery Rhyme
Kangwon (Arirang) 강원(아리랑)
Improvisation on Korean Folk Melody
PAN Project explores and engages audiences with intercultural history by connecting it with the present day. Their repertoire encompasses Korean, Japanese, and Chinese traditions, including works performed on both original instruments and arrangements for mixed cultural instruments, as well as blending modern composition with traditional East Asian musical language. PAN Project’s performances also incorporate electronic new media, to help connect the music with separate but closely-related art forms like ink brush landscape painting, calligraphy, and poetry, across national traditions. Through the use of sensor-controlled audio and video, allowing performers to manipulate and interact with these new media forms during the performance, different cultures and artistic practices can be integrated like never before. For more on PAN Project, visit our event website here.
PAN Project Artists
gamin | Korean piri, saenghwang, taepyeongso
Kaoru Watanabe | Japanese Shinobue and Nohkan flutes, Taiko Drums
Jeff Roberts | Chinese Guqin, New Media
Woonjung Sim | Korean Janggu, Buk
Ying-chieh Wang | Chinese Erhu
Art Meet Spirit: Painting and Performance Art
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