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Highlights: 2014 Korean Music Festival

NEW YORK, April 11-12, 2014 — Over two nights, Asia Society presented two styles of traditional Korean music. The first evening was dedicated to four musicians performing sanjo — a solo form of virtuosic traditional music with roots in indigenous shamanism and folk music, while the second concert was devoted to pansori, a solo sung storytelling form, in a showcase for the male maestro Lim Hyeun-bin. (2 min., 53 sec.)

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