Sun, Jun 11|
Bayside Historical Society
Vong Pak's Binari: Experimental World Music from Korea
The unique Vong Pak Ensemble presents an afternoon of world music influenced by Korean folk music, improvisation, avant-garde, jazz, as well as storytelling, at the BHS Castle.
Time & Location
Jun 11, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Bayside Historical Society, 208 Totten Ave, Bayside, NY 11359, USA
About The Event
Cost: $20 BHS members; $25 non-members
Vong Pak’s Binari is an experimental world music influenced by Korean folk music, improvisation, avant-garde, jazz, as well as storytelling. The characteristic triple rhythmic groove, South and North Korean folk song hybrid together with trombone and drum set sound. Like the Korean Epic song, Pansori, they draw the story by music. This unique combination of Korean folk music mixed with western styles like jazz and funk will expand the listener's ears, showcasing the Korean tradition to western audiences.
Vong Pak Ensemble:
Vong Pak — vocal and Korean percussions
Rick Parker — trombone
Kevin Zubek — drum
This event is part of Bayside Historical Society's "Passport Concert Series: Bringing Cultures from Around the World to the Castle at Bayside." Music is culture expressed through sound. Travel with us to faraway lands to experience the beauty and passion of the music that is our universal language. Keep checking our website for our ongoing concert schedule!
Purchase your tickets below or call 718-352-1548.
Sponsored by Council Member Vickie Paladino. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
General admission, non-member
Vong Pak's Binari – Music from Korea$25.00
General admission, BHS member
Vong Pak's Binari – Music from Korea$20.00