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K-Music 2017 presents
Sunday 15 October
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member
In a nutshell
An exciting, theatrical performance from rock band and pansori singer
Psychedelic pansori-rock from Korea crashlands in Shoreditch en route to the Womex festival. AUX bring together screaming high-pitched sounds of the piri and taepyungso (wind instruments) and an intense rock groove of bass, drums, guitar, keyboards and Korean percussion.
They’ve toured America after winning the Grand Prize of the 21st Century Korean Music Project, playing major venues like the Kennedy Center and Symphony Space. Their secret weapon is extraordinary pansori singer Eun Kyung Min, who soars from a growl to a scream, putting the seal on their stunning theatrical performance.
Your ticket price also includes Korean fried chicken and a beer, a dish called ‘Chimaek’ in Korea.
What to Expect
A stunning theatrical performance from psychedelic Korean rock group featuring exceptional pansori singer, Eun Kyung Min.
Serious is one of the UK’s leading producers and curators of live jazz, international and new music. Serious produces events ranging from major concerts, festivals and national and international tours through to learning and participation programmes, conferences and specially commissioned bespoke events.
Serious in association with the Korean Cultural Centre presents the fourth K-Music Festival. This is a festival of Korean music in London, showcasing the breadth and depth of music that comes from the country.
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Things you should know
Offer: Get a £10 Gift Voucher for Jinjuu Restaurant when you book a K-Music show at Rich Mix! Offer is available to the first 100 people who buy a K-Music ticket, and you must email a copy of your purchased ticket to email@example.com with your address and contact details to receive the voucher.
Suitable for all ages
This event is wheelchair accessible.
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