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Opportunities to lean traditional Koren music:

Korean Traditional Music Classes
are offered in the Fall and Spring by the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts,as of July 2010 renamed National Gugak Center.

The classes are held on Saturday mornings (10:30 to 12:30) for 12 weeks and end with a performance concert.

Instruments taught include the janggu (hourglass-shaped drum), the gayageum (12-stringed zither),and the danso (vertical bamboo flute).

For more information on the classes, visit the K4E About Korea Page or go to the Gugak Center website (click on the Korean Flag in the top right corner to find other languages including English). You can also find information on the National Gugak Center on the K4E Concert Halls, Seoul page.

For direct contact re classes: email  gugakwon@gmail.com or call 02-580-3054.

 

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Last Updated on 2015-07-17


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