The Art of SamulNori – Kim Duk Soo and SamulNori Hanullim on Saturday and Sunday, 7-8 November 2009
Korean drumming master, Kim Duk Soo and his colleagues will give two performances at Robinson College, Cambridge to celebrate the University of Cambridge’s 800th Anniversary and to promote Korean Studies.
Performance dates are:
7.30pm Saturday 7 November 2009
3.30pm Sunday 8 November 2009
Samulnori is a Korean percussive art genre, originating from Nong’ak (farmers’ band music) and comprises four instruments: janggo (hour-glass drum), buk (barrel drum), jing (big gong) and kkwaengwari (small gong).
Founded in 1978, SamulNori, later re-named SamulNori Hanullim, led by Artistic Director and master percussionist Kim Duk Soo not only sparked a renaissance in Korean traditional performing arts but has also expanded its musical boundaries from the traditional to the contemporary, performing on over 5,500 stages around the world.
This event is jointly hosted by Robinson College and Clare Hall.
Auditorium, Robinson College, Grange Road
Telephone bookings may be made from 1 September 2009 on 01223 339036, or book online.