London Korean Piano Concert (Yoon-Seok Shin and Sohyun Park)
* Date: Friday 9th October 2015 (18:30-21:30) * Venue: St. Johns Church, St John’s Waterloo, Waterloo Road, London SE1 8TY * Programme: * Programme: 18:30~19:00 – Socializing at the reception 19:00~21:00 – Piano Performance 1) Sohyun Park – Faure Ballade – Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet 10 pieces for piano op.75 1. Folk Dance 2. Scene […]
London Korean Film Night: Die Bad (2000)
Suk-whan and Sung-bin, both teenagers, rumble with Hyun-soo’s group at a pool hall. Sung-bin accidentally kills Hyun-soo after trying to stop the fight. After 7 years in prison, Sung-bin arrives home only to find out that nobody welcomes him back. Furthermore, he is haunted by the ghost of Hyun-soo. Meanwhile, Suk-whan, who actually ignited the […]
KPOP Fun Run 2015: Bringing together and encourage the whole Filipino community towards a healthier and more active celebration of Korean music
September 08, 2015 marked the first ever KPOP Fun Run in the Philippines. Quirino Grandstand was filled up of about 350 participants geared with their stunning, colorful outfits and running shoes. Runners came from all age group and despite with warm weather condition, they enthusiastically partake in warming up themselves before the official marathon. To […]
K-Music: Korean National Gugak Centre
The Korean National Gugak Centre is one of the great arts companies of Korea, and this performance concentrates on Sanjo – that’s a style of instrumental music accompanied by a drum and sometimes by dancers, starting slowly and gathering speed, with a structure that allows for virtuosic improvisation. This evening shows off some of the […]
Mee Hyun Oh (violin), Lydia Kwon (cello), Grace Yeo (piano)
Programme: J. Haydn: Piano Trio in G major, Hob.XV:25 ‘Gypsy’: I. Andante II. Poco adagio III. Finale: Rondo all’Ongarese. Presto Frank Bridge Piano Trio Miniatures, H.87-89: I. Minuet II. Gavotte III. Allegretto Felix Mendelssohn Piano Trio No.1, Op.49: I. Molto Allegro agitato II. Andante con molto tranquillo III. Scherzo. Leggiero e vivace IV. Finale. Allegro […]
London Korean Film Night: Peppermint Candy (2010)
Yong-ho is a crazy forty year-old man who shows up unexpectedly at the twentieth reunion of former factory workers. The film goes on a time travel as seven past episodes of Young-ho’s personal life reveal a link to twenty years of social and economic changes in Korea. Director: Lee Chang-dong Running Time: 129 Screening Date: […]
Sarah Chang is recognised as one of the world’s great violinists.
Since her debut with the New York Philharmonic at the age of 8, she has performed with nearly every major orchestra, conductor, and accompanist. In a career spanning more than two decades she has played in most major cities around the world.
Sarah has generously donated this concert in support of the International Fundraising Committee of the British Red Cross, so please join us for a night to remember at one of the premier fundraising events of the year.
The evening will begin at 6.15 pm with a reception, followed by the recital at 7.15 pm. After the concert there is the option to attend dinner at an Ambassadorial Residence.
Date: 12 October 2015
￡25 for the concert only
￡125 for the concert and dinner
￡150 for the reception, concert and dinner
Booking deadline: 8 October 2015
Address: St Paul’s Church – Knightsbridge, 32A Wilton Place, London, SW1X 8SH
Contact: Lindsay Hall
Telephone: 020 7877 7116
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