Korean Drumming [S-20-29]

Presenter:In-Sil Yoo
Location: SLU: Noble Center 001
Classes: 2 Sessions 1.5 hours
Dates: Tue 3:00 PM 03/17, Thu 03/19

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Dung Duk Kung! The unique sounds of thunderous Korean drumbeats! You will have fun while learning about Korean culture by performing Korean traditional folk music on Korean percussion instruments. You will also be introduced to Korean culture through fun activities of performing Korean percussion instruments playing Korean traditional folk music. You will also learn Korean traditional rhythmic patterns (Jangdan), and basic techniques to play different percussion types.  Let's play Dung Duk Kung!

In-Sil Yoo is a native of Seoul, South Korea. She was formerly an organist and a member of a Korean drumming group until she moved to the US in 1995. She has been teaching at St. Lawrence University since 2003, and her research involves working with artists and dancers.

NOTES: 1) Presenter will supply instruments for you to play;2) Please dress comfortably, you will be sitting on the floor.

Cap: 16

Special Instructions:

Presenter will supply instruments.  Please dress comfortably.  We will be sitting on the floor.

Cap: 16

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