K-Music Festival 2020

K-Music Festival 2020

London’s festival of Korean music returns this year as a live and digital event with live concerts and streamed performances running from Friday 30 October to Monday 16 November

The live shows include multi award-winning nine-piece ADG7, and an exciting and completely new collaboration between experimental drummer and composer Soojin Suh and British pianist and composer Kit Downes (as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival)

A fantastic programme of online concerts and talks will run between the two live concerts: ‘K-Music Greats’ Jambinai, Heemoon Lee and Black String; ‘K-Music Critics Choice’ bands LeeNalChi, Sinnoi and Coreyah; ‘K-Music Specials’ Hey String and 4 Parks; ‘K-Music Encounters’ with Kyungso Park, Soona ParkJaram Lee, and Parasite music director Jae Il Jung and ‘K-Music New Talents’ Dongyang Gozupa, Gray By Silver, Dal:um and Gonia.

Find out more by visiting serious.org.uk/kmusic and watch online this November.

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