Jung Ji-eun will be a familiar performer to many of us in London. Go along and support her at the Asian Music Centre, where she launches the “Strings of Asia” series, in which the AMC will explore the family of Asian string instruments: Korean kayageum, Japanese Koto and Chinese guzheng with some of the best specialists in the field.
Wednesday 7 October, 6.30pm-7.30pm, £3
Jung Ji-Eun holds a BA in Korean Traditional Music from Ewha Women’s University and MA in Asian Religious Music from Dong Gook University. She is also a Chairwoman of Department of Traditional Instrumental Music of Gyounggi province. Ji-Eun is also a member of the Madangnory Mitchoo Korean traditional Orchestra. She has given numerous concerts in Korea, Canada, US and UK. She will introduce the Kayageum, a Korean traditional string instrument, in this first event of the Strings of Asia series.
The Asian Music Centre is at 1-2 Bradford Road (off Warple Way), Acton London W3 7SP
Train: Acton Central
Tube: Shepherd’s Bush / Turnham Green