Date(s) - 06/16/2023
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Harvard Univ's Sanders theatre
The Korean Consulate General of Boston and the Korean Cultural Society of Boston
co-present “Beyond Borders: An American Composer’s Korean Music Diary”
On June 16 at 7:30 PM at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre
In honor of the 70th Anniversary of ROK-U.S. Alliance, this concert is a celebration of the
close bond between South Korea and the United States. This special presentation highlights
cross-cultural collaborations through the universal languages of music and dance.
Traditional Korean Music (Gugak) instrumentalists, Western classical and contemporary
musicians, and the New Chamber Ballet will all share the same stage, and the concert will
feature exceptional soloists from both the U.S. and Korea.
The program includes compositions by Ravel, Leclair, traditional Korean Sanjo and court music,
and works by composer/conductor Dr. Richard Carrick from the Berklee College of Music.
I. Hwangjonggung, traditional Korean Court Music
II. Sonata in e minor, Op. 3 No. 5 for flute and violin by Jean-Marie Leclair
III. Haegeum solo with Janggu
IV. Ajaeng solo with Janggu
V. Sonata for Violin and Cello by Maurice Ravel
VI. Gayageum solo with Janggu
VII. Seongeum for solo violin by Richard Carrick
VIII. Janggu solo
IX. Sandstone(s) by Richard Carrick
X. Korean and American Folk songs (arr. Carrick)