4th Annual Wind and Stream: Bridging the Poetics of Korean and Andean Music
This Andean-Korean panel and performance event is planned as a one-of-a-kind collaborative project that reflects OSU's vision of academic interdisciplinarity in the direaction of pedagogy and theory of performance, language, and culture. On November 16 starting at 2:45 in MLK Lounge, Hale Hall, we will explore questions about language, culture, poetics, performance, and pedagogy that emerge from intercultural comparison and shared intercultural presence and experience (convivencia) in a public diagogue and musical demonstration with performers and a subsequent panel discussion.
Then, join us on November 17 at the McConnell Arts Center in Worthington for a public performance by two Korean master musicians, students from the USO Korean percussion class, and acclaimed Andean music group KUYAYKY. The dinner reception begins at 5:30 p.m. and the performance at 7:00 p.m. Please reserve your seats early since space is limited. All events including the reception and performance are free and open to the general public.
November 16, 2017 | MLK Lounge, Hale Hall
Meet the Performers: 2:45-4:00 PM
KUYAYKY Andean Performance Group
Geomungo Sanjo Kim Moo Kil
Pansori Singing Park Yank Duk
Refreshment Break 4:00-4:30 PM
Panel Discussion 4:30-6:00 PM
Chan Park, Professor of Korean Studies, The Ohio State University
Candy Hurtado, Ph.D. candidate, Florida Atlantic University
Keith Howard, Fellow of the National Humanities Center in North Carolina State University and Professor Emeritus at SOAS, University of London
Michelle Wibbelsman, Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, The Ohio State University
Jonathan Kramer, Teaching Professor, Music and Arts Studies, North Carolina State University and Adjunct Professor of Ethnomusicology, Duke University
November 17, 2017 | Bronwynn Theatre, McConnell Arts Center of Worthington
Dinner Reception: 5:30 PM
Performance begins: 7:00 PM
Featuring Andean music by Kuyayky, a Peruvian performance group, and two of the most renowned musicians from Korea, geomungo master Kim Moo Kil and pansori singer Park Yang Duk, and percussion by The Ohio State University students.
Free and open to the public by ticketed reservations only. This event is expected to sell out so please reserve your ticket early at this link.
For registration-related questions, please contact Tan Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org.