Korean Traditional Instrument Workshop

Monday, July 14 - Friday, July 18, 2014

Korean Performing Arts Center
(12 East 33rd St, 5thFl., New York, NY 10016)

(5 session course)
Class I (Morning Class): 10:00am - 12:50pm
Class II (Evening Class): 7:00pm - 9:50pm


Korean Performing Arts Center presents the 4th Korean Traditional Instrument Workshop from July 14 to July 18, with 5 sessions. KPAC has offered this workshop each year to give students a great opportunity to learn more about Korean culture and arts through traditional musical instruments. This workshop aims to inform and disseminate Korea traditional culture and arts in mainstream America. In particular, KPAC is excited to offer this opportunity to students who have never experienced learning Korean traditional instruments, or adults who are interested in traditional music but do not have the time or opportunities. The students will learn popular Korean folk songs with the traditional instruments, gayageum (Korean traditional 12-stringed zither), haegeum (Korean traditional 2-stringed fiddle), janggu (Korean traditional hourglass drum), buk (Korean traditional barrel drum), and Daegeum (Korean traditional transverse bamboo flute). Specially, Pansori, a Korean traditional storytelling musical genre, is a new session KPAC will offer this year. On the last day of the workshop, the organization will offer students a completion certificate. Participants of all skill levels are welcome (from beginner to expert, from kids to adults). 

To RSVP and for more information, please call KPAC at 212-921-9344 or email at atedu@kpacnyc.org. 
Please leave 1) your name, 2) email address, 3) phone number, 4) class name you would like to take.

Miro Yoon