The K-Music Festival returns to London this autumn for the fourth time, with a stunning programme showcasing the different shades of contemporary South Korean music.
Produced by the Korean Cultural Centre UK as part of the Korea/UK 2017-18 season, in collaboration with SERIOUS, this year’s festival focuses on collaborations, letting artists explore their practices in new unexplored ways.
And that is not all. A total of nine concerts will take place in venues across the capital between 15th September and 25th October, and there is little chance one will not find something of their taste. There is jazz, traditional Korean music, electronic and even ska and reggae (check out Kingston Rudieska).
The 2017 edition of the K-Music Festival is all about collaborations. It aims to show how diverse, innovative and dynamic South Korean contemporary music is; how it can be rooted in its own old tradition, yet open to the rest of the world and the future. A perfect example of…