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      Sunday, May 26, 2024 from 2—3 pm


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      In person event
      Location: East India Marine Hall

      Included with admission

      Same-day tickets are required for this concert, and capacity is limited. Tickets will be available at the Information desk in the Main Atrium.

      Join us for a concert in East India Marine Hall on Sunday, May 26 from 2–3 pm, featuring South Korean musical phenomenon CelloGayageum. CelloGayageum is an exceptional intercultural duo composed of cellist Sol Daniel Kim and gayageum player Dayoung Yoon. Drawing inspiration from the Pavilion of Unification in Berlin, a city with a tragic history of war, division and reunification, they have seamlessly blended their two musical cultures and instruments to create a harmonious symbiosis of sound and style.

      This concert is made possible by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Boston and supported by the Lowell Institute.

      Lowell Institute

      Interested in experiencing more Korean art? PEM is working behind the scenes to prepare for our new gallery of Korean Art and Culture, opening in 2025.

      About the Collaborators

      CelloGayageum's passion for traditional South Korean music is evident in the duo’s performances, which have captured the hearts of audiences worldwide. They have appeared on several popular Korean primetime TV shows, including KBS, JTBC and MBN, and have toured extensively throughout Asia, Europe and beyond. As cultural ambassadors, they promote the traditional music culture of South Korea and bridge cultural divides through the universal language of music.

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