* 일시: 3월 25일 일요일 12시 30분-4시 * 장소: UT of The Natalie L. Haslam Music Center 1741 Volunteer Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37996
UT 음대와 도서관 협력의 '월드 뮤직 시리즈' 코레아나에 여러분 모두를 초대합니다. '월드 뮤직 시리즈'는 매달 각기 다른 나라들의 다양한 음악과 문화를 알리는 프로그램으로, 3월에는 한국 ' 코레아나'를 소개합니다. 로컬 커뮤니티에서 활동하시는 한국 아티스트를 만날 수 있는 좋은 기회를 놓치지 마세요.
1. 12시 30분: 전시 및 다과 The lobby of the NLHMC
전시 참여 작가: 이선복/ 김수자 (페인팅), 김형연 (공예) 문화 홍보: 낙스빌 지역 한인회, UT 한국 학생회, UT 인터내셔널 하우스, UT 도서관
2. 2시: 콘서트 The Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall.
피아니스트: 박에스더 / 정은숙 / Miroslav Hristov ( UT Faculty) 바이올리스트: 이은순 소프라노: 오선주 첼로: Jeannie Wilinson ( UT Alum)
문의: Dr. Miroslav Hristov (email@example.com; 865-974-7535) www.music.utk.edu/rftw.
[Free to Public] Ready for the World Music Series: Koreana In the spirit of diversity and the world of music, we invite you to celebrate with us! * Date: 12:30 PM-4PM, Sunday, March 25, 2018 * Location: UT of The Natalie L. Haslam Music Center 1741 Volunteer Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37996
The University of Tennessee School of Music in collaboration with the UT Libraries is excited to announce the next installment of this year's Ready for the World Music Series: Koreana this coming Sunday, March 25, 2018, in the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center!
Cultural exhibits, displays, and a reception will begin at 12:30pm in the lobby of the NLHMC, followed by a musical presentation at 2:00pm in the Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall.
Koreana explores music for voice, strings, and piano, with a variety of songs and musical selections from throughout the Korean Peninsula. Our special guest artists will include Korean pianists, Esther Park and Eunsuk Jung, violinist Sara Lee-Cho, violist Eunsoon Corliss, and soprano Sunjoo Oh. Joining them will be UT faculty artist, Miroslav Hristov, violin, and UT Alum, Jeanine Wilkinson, cello.
The University of Tennessee’s Ready for the World Music Series brings renowned artists to perform and talk about musical styles and literature from diverse regions around the world. Faculty and guest artists will discuss the classical music traditions from each of those regions; followed by a performance of representative samples. Each program is designed to demonstrate the rich musical influences each of these regions have had on the traditions of western classical music. Also included will be exhibits by artists, a display o f cultural artifacts and information, as well as refreshments that represent the culinary diversity of the regions.
We are excited with our lineup of exhibitors this year, which include Korean painters, Elena Sonbok Lee and Soo Cha Griffith; crafts by Korean artist, Hyoungyon Kim; the Knoxville Area Korean Association (KAKA); the UT International House; the UT Korean Student Organization; and the UT Libraries.
The Ready for the World Music Series is made possible through our generous sponsors which include: the Tennessee Arts Commission, the University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tennessee School of Music, the UT Libraries, UT Multicultural Student Life, and HoLa Hora Latina.
The website for the series is www.music.utk.edu/rftw. For more information, please contact Dr. Miroslav Hristov (firstname.lastname@example.org; 865-974-7535).