Sounds of Korea:Traditional Music and Dance from New York

Sounds of Korea:Traditional Music and Dance from New York Wednesday, July 23 @ 12 noon 

Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress
10 First Street SE Washington, DC 20540 

Free, No tickets/RSVP Required 

Join us for a special performance of traditional Korean music and dance by Sounds of Korea from the New-York-based Korean Performing Arts Center, presented by the KCC, the American Folklife Center, and the Music Division of the Library of Congress.


Sounds of Korea from the New-York-based Korean Performing Arts Center, presented by the KCC, the American Folklife Center, and the Music Division of the Library of Congress. Sounds of Korea is part of the New-York-based Korean Performing Arts Center (KPAC), consisting of a dance troupe, an instrumental chamber ensemble and a percussion ensemble. Korean performance art includes a wide range of styles and settings, such as classical court music, theatrical masked dance, popular storytelling songs, drama, popular narrative vocal arts, and solo instrumental folk genres, as well as the percussion music and dances of farmers. The group's artistic emphasis is on the subtle grace and beauty found in Korean traditional dances in which the dancers with powerful, yet delicate, gestures and movements reveal a unique aesthetic beauty. 

Homegrown Concerts is a free noon concert series presented by the American Folklife Center and theMusic Division of the Library of Congress. All concerts are held in the Coolidge Auditorium (located on the Ground Floor of the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress). Presented in Partnership with the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage. 

WHEN: Wednesday, July 23 @ 12 noon 

WHERE: Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress (10 First Street SE Washington, DC 20540) 

HOW: No tickets of RSVP required. Admission is first come, first served.

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  • Jason West 서.

    Sorry, thought I'd be able to sneak out of work for a long lunch, but no such luck. Let me know how it goes!

    July 23

    • Rosadel S.

      Same here. Last minute task came along. :/

      July 23

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