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Traditional and contemporary Korean music explored in London this autumn

K-Music festival will feature Ahn Sook-Sun, Near East Quartet, Ensemble E-Do and others

London's annual Korean music festival is back this year and covering a selection of both traditional and contemporary music. Launched in 2013, K-Music is produced and directed by the Korean Cultural Centre UK and Serious, and aims to reflect the dynamic Korean music scene, with artists that “draw on the past, explore the
borders of tradition and modernity and intertwine old and new.”

Happening at various venues across the city, the line-up includes Ssing Ssing, Ensemble E-Do led by Kyung-Hwa Yu, Ahn Sook-Sun, Hyelim Kim, Alice Zawadzki, Near East Quartet, Kyunso Park, Urban Sound and more.

K-Music will take place between 2 October and 20 November. More information can be found on Serious's website.