::Welcome to the Archives::

Here in the archives you can find a records of all past KCSB events and detailed information regarding specifics. Highlighted on this page are events that were selected at random to represent each year of KCSB, we hope you enjoy reminiscing!

*** If you need help locating a specific event or photograph please don't hesitate to contact us through any of our provided means.

::The First event of our popular series

New Music Symposium::

KCSB was excited to host this series called The New Music Symposium. It was the precursor to the now ongoing series hosted by Texu Kim which explores the direction Western Classical music is heading and how Korean-ness (Korean identity and Culture) is contributing to the transformation. All the guests are highly acclaimed musicians from all over the United States.

To anyone who is curious about the present and future of Classical music, definitely check out our current ongoing series New Music Symposium Mk. II. We Look forward to seeing you there!

:2020:

::Mixin' It Up, Music of Netsky, Ellington, Kim and more::

:2019:

Netsky and Kim -- Gayageum and New Music Saturday, March 30, 3:00 PM Eliot Church of Newton UCC 474 Centre St. Newton, MA

 

A concert of Jewish music, Jazz, newly arranged Korean traditional folk songs, and new music by Prof. Hankus Netsky and Do Yeon Kim.

Program includes:

  1. New Shiftatelli -  Hankus Netsky

  2. Round Midnite – Thelonious Monk

  3. Ad Lib on Nippon – Duke Ellington

  4. Improvisation – Do Yeon Kim

  5. Ma Yedidus – Trad. Bostoner Hassidic

  6. Give Me Back My Heart – Herman Yablokoff

  7. Lullaby of Birdland – George Shearing

  8. Sonitshke – Joseph Rumshinsky

  9. Duo Improvisation on Korean Themes – Do Yeon Kim and Hankus Netsky

  10. Little Niles – Randy Weston

::Dong-ill Shin, Organ Recital::

As part of 2018 Organ Concert Series at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Dongil Shin, professor in Yonsei University performs a recital. His program includes pieces by Oliver Messiaen, J.S. Bach, Marcel Dupr , and Sir Edward Elgar. Korean Cultural Society sponsors travel grant of Prof. Shin.

:2018:

::Homage to Isang Yun - Centennial Celebration::

A concert to celebrate Isang Yun's 100th Birthday.

Minkyung Oh (piano)

Cheongmoo Kang (clarinet)

Junhan Choi (baritone) Saturday,

 

Program

Schumann Drei Romanzen, Op. 94

I. Nicht schnell

II. Einfach, innig

III. Nicht schnell

Cheongmoo Kang, clarinet

Minkyung Oh, piano

:2017:

Friday, June 17, Follen Church, Lexington, MA 755 Mass Ave, Lexington, MA 02420

Eun Hee Kang, soprano Julius Ahn, tenor 

Timothy Steele, piano 

 

Julius Ahn, who has joined the roster of The Metropolitan Opera in 2013-2014 season, is one of the most sought after tenors for the roles such as Monostatos in Mozart's Magic Flute, Goro in Puccini's Madama Butterfly and Pang in Turandot. 

Soprano Eunhee Kang is a graduate of Ewha Women's University and New England Conservatory, and currently an ensemble member for Boston Lyric Opera. Her operatic roles include Liu in Puccini's Turandot, Pamina in Mozart's Magic Flute, Masha in Tchaikovsky's Queen of Spades.

::Songs of Love and Longing::

:2016:

::A Cello Recital by Taeguk Mun::

Friday, October 16, 8:00PM St. Paul's Episcopal Church 15 St. Paul St. Brookline, MA

 

Taeguk Mun, cello (Winner of the Pablo Casals Int'l Cello Competition) Sangyoung Kim, piano (Laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Int'l Music Competition)

 

Program

SCHUBERT Sonata for Arpeggione and Piano, D.821

DEBUSSY Sonata for Cello and Piano

POULENC Sonata for Cello and Piano, op.143

CHOPIN Introduction and Polonaise Brillante

:2015:

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