OPEN STAGE: "Kkun’s – Master Players" by Dongrak Performing Arts Group
Friday, December 11, 2015 at 8PM
Flushing Town Hall
(137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing NY 11354)
Tickets : FREE (w/ online RSVP)
As of December 1st, online free tickets have been all reserved.
On Friday, December 11th, there will be a limited number of stand-by tickets available at the door on a first come, first served basis.
Any reserved tickets not picked by 7:30pm will be released to our standby guests.
"KKUN’S – MASTER PLAYERS" by Dongrak Performing Arts Group is presented by Korean Cultural Service NY in partnership with Flushing Town Hall.
Dongrak Performing Arts Group from Korea presents the country’s master players called “Kkun,” who embody the essence of Korean traditional music and dance rarely seen in one place. From the fast rhythmic hwimori and highly entertaining buna (spinning dishes) to drum dance and ritual music, audiences will be entertained and engaged in the performance that draws out the full range of human emotions.
Han Bok Kim / Leader
Ki Chang Kim / Master
Kwang Soo Lim / Senior Principal Member
Yuri Lee / Member
Jin Kyung Kim / Member
Chun Jin Han / Member
Min Ki Kim / Member
Chalna Lee / Member
Eun Kyu Choi / Taepyeongmu Dancer
Yoon Sook Park / Gayageum Master
Yusun Kang / Jindo Buk Chum Dancer
4 Taepyeongmu (Dance of Peace)
5 Gayageum Sanjo (Dae-Bong Yu Style)
6 Kkun’s Pan Nori & Jindo Buk Chum
Dongrak Performing Arts Group
Yeon-Hee is an artistic genre of traditional Korean folk theater and dance that use 'Yeomin Dongrak' in its choreography. 'Yeomin Dongrak' refers to the free-flowing dance movements that originated from our ancestors who went against the tradition and hierarchy that ruled Korea in the past. Dongrak Performing Arts Group (Dongrak Yeon-Hee Dan in Korean) is a performing arts group that was founded under the auspices of the CROWN HaiTai company. Dongrak Performing Arts group is excited to share the passion of its artists with the audience in this special performance.
For more information and to reserve your seats, please visit our website at www. koreanculture.org.