Hope and Harmony : a Benefit concert for the North Korean Refugees [April 27, Sat, 7:30 PM] with LiNK presentation starting at 6 PM
The music concert by the Boston Korea Chorus and Hwaum Boston Chamber Orchestra will start at 7:30 PM.
The program for the concert includes
Four Seasons by Vivaldi
Requiem by Gabriel Faure
Earlier in the evening at 6 PM, Justin Wheeler, the vice president of LiNK will have a session for those interested in the LiNK and their activity.
About the musicians:
Founded in 2008, the Boston Korean Chorus is a chamber choir consisting of 30 members. The primary goal of BKC is to make engaging performances of choral music and Korean culture widely available to audiences in the Greater Boston area. BKC has performed subscription concerts annually, as well as numerous concerts for the Korean-American community. In May 2012, the chorus organized a Benefit Concert with MIT Chamber Chorus as a tribute to the musical traditions of both Korea and New England, donating all proceeds to World Vision and sending "Hope & Harmony" to children in Africa devastated by famine. As a bridge between the Korean and American communities, the Boston Korean Chorus is excited and eager to bring inspiring and passionate music making to Greater Boston.
Founded in 2013, the Hwaum Boston Chamber Orchestra is composed primarily of young professional Korean musicians from the Greater Boston area. As the Korean word "hwaum" represents, our hope is to bring harmony to the community. Our vision is to serve as a bridge between the Korean and American communities. Our primary mission is to support charitable events through our musical performances. By working hand in hand with local musicians, we are also able to create an environment in which we can help foster the professional development of bright new talents.