Friday, July 26, 2013

Kiwoong Choi Quartet - Summer Jazz #3 [August 10, 7 pm]

As an ongoing summer Jazz concert series, we will have Kiwoong Choi and his three friends return this coming Saturday (August 10th). As attendee's of previous concerts would tell you, Kiwoong Choi Quartet will present a choice program of Jazz standards and modern pieces. The band's playing will get so hot that you will forget the sweltering weather outside.


Monday, July 8, 2013

Arirang by Korean, Chilean, and Israeli musicians

Eitan Gofman (Tenor Saxophone), Gene Young Park (Piano), Osmar Okuma (Bass) and Kiwoong Choi (Drums, Vocal)

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(The photos and videos from this concert were taken by Shin Huyk Park.)

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Kiwoong Choi Quartet Part II [ July-6-Sat 7 PM ]

As part of an ongoing Summer Jazz series, Oasis Cafe Music Night presents the Kiwoong Choi Quartet on Saturday, July 6, 2013 at 7 p.m. at the ECC Community Center, located at the Korean Church of Boston (PCUSA). Choi, a veteran South Korean drummer, who played for the famous Lee Seung Hwan Band, will be joined by Eitan Gofman (Tenor Saxophone), Gene Young Park (Piano) and Osmar Okuma (Bass). Oasis Cafe Music Night is an on-going music series that provides free concerts for the Brookline community sponsored by The Korean Church of Boston. Past Oasis Cafe performances include classical, jazz, and international music. Please come celebrate summer with jazz!

The program includes modern Jazz classics by masters such as Victor Feldman, Hoagy Carmichael, Joe Henderson and Cole Porter. It will also feature the Korean folk classic Arirang as arranged by Kiwoong.

This concert is possible thanks largely to generous support of musicians by Mr. Kwang Guen Chung!Poster

Here are some of the photos from the last Kiwoong Choi Quartet concert:













Monday, July 1, 2013

Cultural Entrepreneurship initiative at Harvard

Whatever "cultural entrepreneurship challenge" is, and whatever may eventually come out of the stuffy Harvard and this initiative, the music here is surely fun...