An historical perspective on the evolution of painted folding screens in China, KOREA and Japan; their pictorial traditions and practices that characterize this unique artistic format. This event complements the re-installation of a recently conserved Korean screen in the Portland Art Museum.
Originally from Daegu, South Korea, Hae-Sun Paik, ranks in in the world’s top 100 pianists. She has performed throughout the globe following her triumphs at major international piano competitions, including top prizes at the William Kapell (U.S.A.), the Leeds (England), the Queen Elisabeth (Belgium), and the Tchaikovsky (Russia) International Piano Competitions. Ms. Paik has appeared […]
The Ulsan Philharmonic Orchestra will debut its first U.S. appearance in a free concert as part of 2012 Rose Festival as a special event at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 8:00 p.m
“The conductor Mr. HongJae Kim is a prominent role model and symbol of hope and admiration for young ethnic Koreans in Japan. His achievement in the world of classic music, aside from politics, business or professional sports, makes ethnic Koreans in Japan, like myself, extremely proud.” ~ Koichi Kim Koichi Kim is a supporter of […]
The Ulsan Philharmonic Orchestra (UPO) was established in 1990 by city of Ulsan, South Korea. Home to Korea’s industrial giants as Hyundai and Samsung, the City of Ulsan formed the Ulsan Philharmonic Orchestra as a way to integrate a cultural and fine arts community to the industrial city. Ranked among Korea’s top symphonic orchestras, the […]