Eternal Way - Jin Hi Kim - Komungo Round The World (CD, Album)

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  1. Jin Hi Kim performs as soloist for her composition Monk Dance (for orchestra and Korean barrel drums) with Empire State Youth Orchestra, conducted by Helen Cha-Pyo, on March 20 at Music Hall and May 22, at EMPAC, the new multi-media performance space at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy. The May concert is the finale of Albany Symphony Orchestra’s American Music Festival.
  2. Jan 29,  · Grammy Award-nominated pipa player Wu Man, named Musical America's Instrumentalist of the Year in , joins the foremost ambassadors of music and instrumental traditions from across the world .
  3. Jin Hi Kim August 18, Jin Hi Kim performed on the world’s only electric komungo at the opening of Clytie Alexander and Raoul Hague. The komungo is a traditional instrument with origins in 4th century Korea. Description.
  4. Greatly revered R&B singer album for sale Except for a rare Chess LP, this is all there is of Little Miss Cornshucks on CD music A big inspiration to Johnnie Ray, LaVern Baker and Ruth Brown, Miss Cornshucks had a tart, vinegar-y sound that was a big hit along with her country girl costumes at the Flame Shobar in Detroit.
  5. Oct 23,  · Jin Hi Kim (Electric Komungo) & Gerry Hemingway (Percussion) Salihara Festival, Jakarta, Indonesia September 30,
  6. Jin Hi Kim (komungo, electric komungo, video) Hallwalls is pleased to present master musician and composer Jin Hi Kim in a rare Buffalo appearance performing her extraordinary solo multimedia work Digital Buddha and more live in Asbury Hall. Jin Hi Kim is an internationally acclaimed innovative komungo virtuoso and a Guggenheim Fellow in Composition.
  7. Kim co-designed the world's only electric komungo and creates live interactive performance pieces with a MIDI computer system. The komungo sound is processed in real-time through a computer program, Max/MSP, that is triggered by a MIDI foot pedal. Kim is also developing a robot, “komungobot," with sound designer Alex Noyes.

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