[Culture] Is Korean Traditional Music like a Stay-at-Home Diaspora?VIEW EVENT DETAILS
Dr. Jocelyn Clark, an assistant professor at Pai Chai University's Appenzeller School argued it may be the responsibility of both cultures to save each other's musical traditions, and that Korea and the United States risk being left behind by being unable to transcend race and background in terms of music. Clark said it is time for Koreans to hear their own music as music, and not as anything else.
Is Korean Traditional Music like a Stay-at-Home Diaspora?
Jocelyn Clark, Assistant Professor, Pai Chai University