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NOKHA Season 2 Concert

The flag is still high! Nokha is starting its second season with an encore performance of last season’s format and performers, as well as venue.  This is an overture to the actual Season 2 project which will commence in September

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NOKHA Season 2 Concert

The flag is still high! Nokha is starting its second season with an encore performance of last season’s format and performers, as well as venue.  This is an overture to the actual Season 2 project which will commence in September

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Improvisation at Dotolim

This is somewhat outdated but a few weeks ago, I participated in another stint at Dotolim, this time improvising on the geomungo(거문고) for the first time under a pseudonym(JGTO).  Whether I was any good?  Lol for now… performance archive(link)

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Improvisation at Dotolim

This is somewhat outdated but a few weeks ago, I participated in another stint at Dotolim, this time improvising on the geomungo(거문고) for the first time under a pseudonym(JGTO).  Whether I was any good?  Lol for now… performance archive(link)

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major events in 2013

March – June resident artist at Namsong Art Center (Gyeong-gi do, South Korea) Exhibition opening and performance(premiere of 2 works for solo piano): 29th June 6PM 11th May 5PM Nokha – season 2 introductory performance 31-79 Gahoedong(Kahoidong), Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

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major events in 2013

March – June resident artist at Namsong Art Center (Gyeong-gi do, South Korea) Exhibition opening and performance(premiere of 2 works for solo piano): 29th June 6PM 11th May 5PM Nokha – season 2 introductory performance 31-79 Gahoedong(Kahoidong), Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

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Improvisation performance at Dotolim(닻올림)

I will be performing in an improvisation gig on Friday(14th) December in Seoul. Click on the poster for more information.

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Improvisation performance at Dotolim(닻올림)

I will be performing in an improvisation gig on Friday(14th) December in Seoul. Click on the poster for more information.

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An Exhibition & Performance by The Korean Artists Association UK

The Korean Artists Association UK (KAAUK) is delighted to present “Obangsaek(오방색)” at the Korean Cultural Centre UK. Obangsaek refers to the five traditional Korean colours of blue, red, yellow, black and white.  There will be dance and music performance on

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An Exhibition & Performance by The Korean Artists Association UK

The Korean Artists Association UK (KAAUK) is delighted to present “Obangsaek(오방색)” at the Korean Cultural Centre UK. Obangsaek refers to the five traditional Korean colours of blue, red, yellow, black and white.  There will be dance and music performance on

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