Welcome To Korea Now !!!-Society & The Arts lee Soyeon, another Korean Juilliard student, won Chung kyung-wha, who held a nationwidetour Wuppertal Tanztheater, Germany), Hur Yong-sun (Duesseldorf Ballet http://kn.koreaherald.co.kr/SITE/data/html_dir/2002/12/28/200212280032.asp
Extractions: Some say that the language most commonly heard on the campus of Juilliard School of Music in New York is not English but Korean. Students of Korean origin reportedly accounted for over 50 percent of foreigners studying there in 2001. It is a fact indicative of the rapid emergence of Korean performing artists on the global stage. Korean students attending the prestigious school recently made headlines in the Korean newspapers. Pianist Ahn Su-jin, who went to the United States in 1990, graduated with top honors from Juilliard's performance division. Lee So-yeon, another Korean Juilliard student, won the first prize at the Gina Baucher International Piano Competition for the second consecutive year earlier this month. Last month, a 20-year-old violinist, Kim So-ok, took an award at the Young Concert Artist Trust in London, and Hong Kook-hee, currently enrolled at the Curtis School of Music, won the second prize at the Maria Callas International Piano Competition. An increasing number of young Korean artists have been winning prizes at international music competitions and rising to stardom in the global arts scene over the last few years.
Student Biographies Pianist kyungA lee, a native of Korea, is an of the worlds finest musicians,including lee Kum Sing the first prize winner of the Cho-sun, Beeld Eistedfod http:// www.quartetprogram.com/QP-studentbios.htm
Foundation Dwyer, Laurence Lesser, Masuko Ushioda, Yin ChengZong, Lynn Chang, Anthony diBonaventura, Wha kyung Byun, Nai Ms. Lily M. lee. Dr. and Mrs. sun-Shine Yuan. http://www.chineseperformingarts.net/about_us.htm
Extractions: Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts The Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts, is a non-profit organization registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in January, 1989. The main objectives of the Foundation are: * To enhance the understanding and the appreciation of Eastern heritage through music and performing arts. * To increase the visibility of Chinese music and performing arts through performances. * To stimulate the research of Chinese music and performing arts. * To provide opportunities and assistance to young artists. AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS The Foundation held its official opening ceremony on September 23, 1989, at the Rivers School in Weston. Professor Chou Wen-Chung of Columbia University lectured on the late Alexander Tcherepnin and his contribution in promoting Chinese music. The Tcherepnin Society, represented by the late Madame Ming Tcherepnin , an Honorable Board Member of the Foundation, donated to the Harvard Yenching Library a set of original musical manuscripts composed by Alexander Tcherepnin and his student, Chiang Wen-Yeh. Dr. Eugene Wu, Director of the Harvard Yenching Library, was there to receive the gift that includes the
Roster Translate this page Francis, Alun, Conductor, I. Franconi lee, Joseph, Stage Director, W. Milazzo, Doriana,Soprano, W. Min, kyung Hwan, Tenor, I. Sulzen, Donald, Pianist, I. sun, Xiuwei,Soprano, E. http://www.primartists.com/roster.asp
Extractions: Roster Abbado Daniele Stage Director E Abel Yves Conductor I Accademia I Filarmonici Ensemble I Accurso Roberto Baritone W Agache Alexandru Baritone I,V Agostini Annarosa Soprano W Alberghini Simone Bass W*** Alberti Simone Baritone W Alessandrini Rinaldo Conductor W Aliev Eldar Bass W Allegretta Sara Soprano W Andreyev Kostyantyn Tenor I Angeletti Raffaella Soprano Angus David Conductor I Antoniozzi Alfonso Baritone I,V Antonucci Stefano Baritone W Aprea Bruno Conductor I Arena Maurizio Conductor W** Ariostini Armando Baritone I Armiliato Marco Conductor I,V Aronica Roberto Tenor I,V Arrivabeni Paolo Conductor W Ataneli Lado Baritone I Atkins John Baritone W Bacchetti Andrea Pianist V Badea Christian Conductor I,V Bandera Claudia Nicole W Banditelli Gloria W Barker Richard Pianist I,V Basso Romina W Belfiore Elena W Benini Maurizio Conductor W Bergasa Carlos Baritone I Bernard Arnaud Stage Director W Bernstein Richard Bass I Bertocchi Sergio Tenor I,V Bianchi Luigi Alberto Violinist I Bisceglie Manuela Soprano W Blake Rockwell Tenor I Boemi Marco Conductor I Bonfadelli Stefania Soprano I,V Bonitatibus Anna W Boscolo Franco Baritone I Botta Riccardo Tenor W Bruera Daniela Soprano W Buffoli Mauro Tenor I Burtschuladse Paata Bass I Cafaro Stefania Pianist W Callegari Daniele Conductor W Campanella Bruno Conductor I,V
Music Listings Sat., 130 Puccini s Bohème. Heikyung Hong, Zvetelina Vassileva Next sun. MarkDwinell; Timesbold; Hula. with Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings and lee Fields http://college3.nytimes.com/guests/articles/2003/10/12/1117960.xml
Extractions: ( and Jazz Listings (Jun 4, 2004) Music Listings (May 30, 2004) ( and Jazz Listings (May 28, 2004) Find more related articles by selecting from the following topics: Music Track a subject by e-mail pera METROPOLITAN OPERA Mon., Thur., 8: Stravinsky's "Sacre du Printemps," "Rossignol" and "Oedipus Rex." Olga Trifonova/Olga Makarina, Stephanie Blythe, Natalie Desch/Adriane Fang; Eddie Taketa/Daniel Charon, Barry Banks/Ronald Naldi, Robert Gambill, Yevgeny Nikitin, Eric Halfvarson, Philip Bosco; conductor, Valery Gergiev. Tue., 7: Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde." Jane Eaglen, Katarina Dalayman; Ben Heppner, Greer Grimsley, René Pape; conductor, James Levine. Wed., Sat., 8: Mozart's "Nozze di Figaro." Alexandra Deshorties/Anja Harteros, Dorothea Röschmann, Jossie Pérez/Katarina Karneus; Dwayne Croft, John Relyea; conductor, Mr. Levine. Fri., 8: Verdi's "Traviata." Renée Fleming; Ramón Vargas, Dmitri Hvorostovsky; conductor, Mr. Gergiev. Sat., 1:30: Puccini's "Bohème." Hei-Kyung Hong, Zvetelina Vassileva; Roberto Aronica, Richard Zeller, Sebastian Catana, Tigran Martirossian, Thomas Hammons; conductor, Daniel Oren. Metropolitan Opera House. (212) 362-6000. NEW YORK CITY OPERA Today, 1:30; Thur., 7:30: Mozart's "Finta Giardiniera." Lisa Saffer, Brenda Harris, Julianne Borg, Sandra Piques Eddy; Brian Anderson, Matthew Chellis, Craig Philips; conductor, George Manahan. Tue., 7:30; Sat., 1:30: Carlisle Floyd's "Of Mice and Men." Nancy Allen Lundy; Anthony Dean Griffey, Joel Sorensen, Rod Nelman, Peter Strummer, Marcus DeLoach; conductor, Willie Anthony Waters. Fri., 8: Mozart's "Magic Flute." Jennifer Aylmer, Amanda Pabyan; John McVeigh, Philip Cutlip, Gustav Andreassen; conductor, Steven Mosteller. Sat., 8: Gilbert and Sullivan's "Mikado." Anna Christy, Myrna Paris; Keith Jameson, Richard Suart, Jan Opalach; conductor, Gerald Steichen. New York State Theater. (212) 870-5570.
KoreaTimes : [Out And About] lee Miha will hold a recital to celebrate her 45-year career devoted to elegymusic. Nah Yun-sun Frank Woste Choi kyung-ju 03-31-2004 1617. http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/culture/200403/kt2004033116151311750.htm
Extractions: April 1-5 The Puccini Foundation will tour five countries to give performances in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the premier of Giacomo Puccini¡®s opera. About two billion won has been invested for the opera¡¯s production and promotion. The Kukje Opera Company, co-organizer of the performances, has been in contact with the foundation for the past seven years with the aim of hosting the opera. Tickets start from 50,000 won to 300,000 won. For more information: www.nabi100.co.kr. 7 p.m. on April 3-4 Seoul Opera Ensemble will perform Korea¡¯s three favorite operas of Giacomo Puccini¡®s ¡°Madame Butterfly,¡± ¡°Tosca¡± and ¡°La boheme¡± in commemoration of its 10th anniversary. Tickets are priced from 30,000 won to 50,000 won. For more information: www.artsfoolcenter.com or call (02) 741-7389. April 4 Gareth, who had a mega-hit by selling more than 100 million albums of his debut ¡°What My Heart Wants To Say,¡± will be coming here to meet his local fans, launching his 2nd album ¡°Go Your Own Way.¡± For thorough preparation of the concert, musical director Michael Stevens will come together with Gareth. Korean singer Tei will appear as a guest star. Parents accompanying their children can get a 50 percent discount. Tickets are priced from 55,000 won to 66,000 won. For more information: www.ticketlink.co.kr or call (02) 555-2257.
Lyric Song And The Birth Of The Korean Nation forbidden to speak our own language, Madame Kim Chakyung, one of a recital to presentthe songs, with our historian Dr. lee You-sun, another accomplished http://www.schillerinstitute.org/fid_91-96/962_ksw_korea_lyric.html
Extractions: Birth of the Korean Nation During the 1920's, an outpouring of lyric song began in Asia, on the Korean peninsula, which carried forward the European Renaissance tradition of bel canto and poetic metaphor. It was the more striking, as this art had all but died in Europe, with the 1897 death of Johannes Brahms. Some of these Korean Lyric Songs more resemble those of Verdi or Brahms of the 1870's, than the junk music produced in the West after 1920. Korean historian Dr. Lee You-sun, in his book
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Flavorpill SF Yun, Joji Yuasa, and Festival director Hikyung Kim when Sat 4.5 - sun 5.18 (Thur-sun12-5pm Unlike Jerry lee Lewis s balls of fire, these streams probably won http://sf.flavorpill.net/mailer/issue48/
Extractions: The world goes slowly crazy, but San Francisco is back to normal which means, meteorologically speaking, that it's back to its usual schizo self. Ecstatic, sun-drenched weekend gives way to dire predictions from weathermen (though not The Weathermen, thank goodness). Does that dampen SF flavor? Heck no! Whether you're feeling irie or sniffing the iris , soak it up and spread it... How do you know spring has arrived in San Francisco? It's getting harder to find scooter parking No room in the beginner step class at the Y Ten more nails to polish Suspicious fog-like substance blots out sky More hogs outside Zeitgeist than a pig farm Allergy meds are your new best friend More Cancun burritos to go Tan lines trump unemployment lines Union Street awash in convertible TTs Valencia Street awash in tattoos This week's flavor: tuesday wednesday thursday friday ... features art: Robots Have Feelings Too city gem: San Francisco Wholesale Flower Market dance: SF Ballet Casual Friday dj: Crucial ESC LTJ Bukem w/ MC Conrad The Money$hot film: Wiseman's Hospital War Photographer music: BluePrint New Music Festival Electroclash 2003 Idlewild w/ the Natural History Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra ... The Black Heart Procession reading: Chile: A Travelers Literary Companion
Extractions: Daily Report Credits 1. Alleged Egypt-DPRK Missile Cooperation 2. ROK Ruling Coalition Agence France Presse ("S.KOREAN PRESIDENT IN POLITICAL WHIRLWIND AS RULING COALITION ENDS," Seoul, 2/24/00), and The Associated Press (Kyong- hwa Seok, "S. KOREAN COALITION PARTNERS SPLIT," Seoul, 2/24/00) reported that the ROK's United Liberal Democrat (ULD) party ended its coalition partnership with ROK President Kim Dae-jung's ruling Millennium Democratic Party (MDP) on Thursday. ULD president Lee Han-dong said, "as of now, we completely give up our role within the ruling coalition and are being reborn as an opposition party. There will be no further cooperation with the MDP in running the coalition government and in running for the upcoming polls." Lee also said that ULD members in Kim's government, including Prime Minister Park Tae-joon, should either stay in or return to the party. MDP spokesman Chung Dong-young said that his party still hoped there would be "productive competition" with the ULD in the elections.
MSU - School Of Music - News And Events Kim, doctoral candidate in Piano Performance sunah Kim Ralph Votapek Endowed ScholarshipBu kyung Park, doctoral John Quentin lee Kim, a master s student in http://www.music.msu.edu/events/studentnews/studentnewsAwards.php
Music CD These include Damon lee s La exclamacion (The Exclamation The life of any party Herald sun. on this superbly crafted recording are Hei-kyung Hong (soprano http://www.new-classics.co.uk/html/vocal.html
Extractions: books WILLIAM BYRD - CONSORT SONGS HYPERION CD67397 WALDEN POND - DOMINICK ARGENTO GOTHIC G 49217 The outstanding America composer and librettist Dominick Argento is one of the most frequently performed 20th-century composers of opera. His chamber pieces have also received international acclaim and he has a long history of collaboration with the Dale Warland Singers. The latest release by this ensemble features a world-premiere recording of the composers Walden Pond, a song cycle based on text by Henry David Thoreau and scored for chorus, three cellos and harp. The album also includes two other impressive works by Dominick Argento: A Toccata of Galuppis (a rhapsody for chamber choir, harpsichord and string quartet based on a poem by Robert Browning) and I Hate and I Love (seven brief settings for choir and percussion with text by Catullus). Rich, virtually flawless singing from longstanding champion of Argento's music - Gramophone Magazine ALEXANDER GOEHR - SING, ARIEL/DEATH OF MOSES NMC ANCORA NMC D096 BBC Music Magazine LA VIE EST UNE PARADE - PATRICE MICHAELS CEDILLE CDR 90000 070 Soprano Patrice Michaels, together with the Chicago Chamber Musicians and the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paul Freeman, performs an intriguing selection of music by Benjamin Britten's (his masterpiece for soprano and strings, Les Illuminations), Darius Milhaud (a rarely-recorded vocal tour de force, Quatre Chansons de Ronsard); Erik Satie (four newly-arranged songs) and Germaine Tailleferre (the only female member of Les Six). As well as being an internationally-renowned opera and concert performer, Patrice Michaels is Associate Professor of Opera Theater and Studio Voice at Lawrence University's Conservatory of Music in Appleton, Wisconsin. Her pure, mellifluous voice is heard to great effect on these delightful recordings. She has a supple voice with the ring of Waterford crystal, and seems able to sing anything effortlessly -
Press: Arts 2000 - 2001 Adapted from the Harper lee novel. A Valley Performing Arts production. $11 to$13.50; call 3739500. DECEMBER. sun 12/17. MARCH. FRI 3/16. kyung-Wa Chung. http://www.anchoragepress.com/archives/document68c1.html
Extractions: OPERA NOVEMBER SAT 11/11 "The Marriage of Figaro" FEBRUARY SAT 2/3 "Lucia di Lammermoor" MARCH and APRIL SAT 3/31 "Iolanthe" Also playing WED 4/4 at 7 p.m., FRI 4/6 at 8 p.m. and SUN 4/8 at 4 p.m. DANCE OCTOBER TUE 10/3 through SAT 10/7 Baryshnikov Productions "PASTforward" TUE 10/10 through SUN 10/15 "AEROSNo Fear of Flight" The first American tour of this Off-Broadway hit features 15 Olympic medal-winning members of the Romanian gymnastics team displaying stupendous muscular strength and creative genius. $36 to $47; call 263-ARTS. Tue. through Sun., 7:30 p.m., and Sat and Sun at 3 p.m. Atwood Concert Hall, ACPA. FRI 10/20 and SAT 10/21 Sydney Dance Company: "Air and Other Invisible Forces" NOVEMBER FRI 11/24 "The Nutcracker Ballet" Join Clara and her Nutcracker Prince in a dazzling land of snowflakes, waltzing flowers, giant mice battling toy soldiers, and a Christmas tree that grows before your very eyes. Performed by Ballet West and the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra. $19 to $39; call 263-ARTS. 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Atwood Concert Hall, ACPA. DECEMBER FRI 12/8 and SAT 12/9 Momix "In Orbit"
Performance Schedule Monday, February 9, 730 pm, Chamber Music at the Met, featuring violinistKyungsun lee, cellist Kevin Hekmatpanah and pianist Brian Suits. http://www.gonzaga.edu/Academics/Colleges and Schools/College of Arts and Scienc
Extractions: Performance Schedule home /academics /colleges and schools /college of arts and sciences ... /learn more Except For Special Professional Events, Music Department Concerts Are FREE to Gonzaga University Students, Faculty and Staff. Call (509) 323-6733 for more information. Saturday, January 24, 3:30 pm, Tiffany Skidmore, Vocal Recital , , AD 101. Monday, February 9, 7:30 pm, Chamber Music at the Met, featuring violinist Kyung-Sun Lee, cellist Kevin Hekmatpanah and pianist Brian Suits. Friday, February 20, 7:30 p.m. Gonzaga University Jazz Ensemble and Combos, at Cataldo. Monday, March 1, 7:30 p.m. Gonzaga University Orchestra with Music Department Concerto Competition Winners, The Met. Saturday, March 20, 2:00 p.m., Elizabeth Ortiz, Vocal Recital, AD 101. Thursday, March 25, 7:30 p.m., Gregorian Mass for the Feast of the Annunciation, featuring the Gonzaga University Gregorian Schola, Lourdes Cathedral. Sunday, March 28, 2:00 p.m.
The Stranger Up And Coming (10/12/00) They share the bill with Stagger lee, named after one of the recording violinist KyungSun Chee, one of the many hardworking Seattle musicians who teach at the http://www.thestranger.com/2000-10-12/up_coming.html
Extractions: Destination 2000 (Sub Pop). And it's good: downright contagious indie pop with an occasional classic-rock-sounding riff just to keep your ears listening. They share the bill with Stagger Lee, named after one of the recording era's most enduring legends, and Pleaseeasaur, whose music was featured in the Armageddon comedy Doomed Planet . GENEVIEVE WILLIAMS CHUCK MANGIONE (Jazz Alley) There are those who won't admit to liking Chuck Mangione, because his music is so commercial; primarily known for his lavishly produced 1970s output, Mangione's recorded work lives up to the accusation. But that doesn't mean he's no good. Mangione resurfaced a few years ago after going missing for the better part of two decades. I saw him on that tour, and let me tell you, there's more to him than the pop-jazz stuff. Good thing, too. GENEVIEVE WILLIAMS HANA, ELAINE DE FALCO'S FABRIC, LOST DOG (OK Hotel) If you're jonesing for Sky Cries Mary, you can get your fix of Anisa's soaring vocals tonight as she graces the stage with Hana, her long-running collaboration with Jeff Greinke. More ethereal and ambient than SCM, Hana is still an otherworldly experience guaranteed to delight your senses. BARBARA MITCHELL THE PROM, LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
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Extractions: Hee Yun's Little Home ¿¡¼ CopyÇØ¿Â°ÍÀÓÀ» ¹àÈü´Ï´Ù. You ever notice that the bulk of the people on the internet are guys? You ever wonder what the GIRLS on the internet are doing? Think they are downloading recipe pages? Think they are all stuck in chat on some bulletin board or information service? No! They are making ROCKING home pages!!! And here's a list of some cool pages I've found. Angel's Home By Angel You wanna know more about me? What else can I tell you except that I am cute. Just look at this picture... how cute can you get? Ok, ok... My name is Jennifer Hee-Kyung Kang. My birthday is September 9, 1974 so send me some nice gifts, K? I am a senior at the Univeristy of Southern California. My major is Business Administration with dual emphasis on Information/Operations Management and Finace. Ok.. that's all you need to know about me. Look!!!! it's my family!!! Choi, Ju-Young's Home Page By Choi, Ju-Young
Korean Concert Society - About Us Sponsors Joung and Jungnim Cook Ms. kyung Jean Paik Kim Dr Patrons Mr. and Mrs. ChongSun Chay Mr. and Mrs. Suk Seung Koo Kim Dr. Suzanne Kim Steven Y. lee, Esq http://www.koreanconcertsociety.org/aboutus.htm
Extractions: P.O. Box 60341, Potomac, Maryland 20859 ABOUT US A HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY OUR ARTISTS THE APPLICATION PROCESS ... OPENING PAGE An Introduction to the Korean Concert Society The Korean Concert Society was founded as a non-profit cultural organization in the winter of 1979 to discover young musical talents from Korean-American community and present them in debut recitals in Washington metropolitan area. Several Korean-Americans and their friends dreamed of discovering the next generation of Kyung-Wha Chungs and helping them if they could. The Society plans to continue its role of discovering young talented performers and bridging the cultural experiences between Korean-American and mainstream American lives. It also plans to increase frequency of its presentations and to include additional venues to expand its reach. The Society appointed the first Composer-in-Residence in 2003 and plans to expand its activity to discover and support creative talents of Korean heritage in the coming years. The Korean Concert Society will continue to embrace the the classical music art form but also will expand its support to mixed media performing arts. ABOUT US A HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY OUR ARTISTS THE APPLICATION PROCESS ... OPENING PAGE Officers firstname.lastname@example.org