<Spring Spring>, an Opera Co-created by the College of Music-Seongdong Cultural Foundation, to be Performed in September..."Kim Yoo-jung's Novel into Opera"
Two performances to be held at Sowol Art Hall on September 4th and 5th
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Hanyang University's College of Music will present a creative opera based on Kim Yoo-jung's short novel Spring Spring together with Seongdong Cultural Foundation. Opera "Spring Spring" will be performed at Sowal Art Hall on September 4th and 5th.
This creative opera is a performance that aims to comfort residents who are tired of their daily life due to the prolonged pandemic. Spring Spring is an innocent and simple love story in a rural setting.
Comedic and musical elements are included appropriately to express Kim Yu-jung's excellent sense of language into a dramatic composition in the form of a Korean traditional play and grammar of Western operas. In addition, this opera is appropriate for all ages as it dispells the prejudice that "Opera is difficult and boring" by connecting with the audience.
A number of alumni of Hanyang University will also take part. The music director Lee So-young is an alumnus who graduated from the Department of Composition at Hanyang University's College of Music. She is attending graduate classes at Hanyang University and Samyuk University. Conductor Song Sung-chul is also an alumnus of Hanyang University from the Department of Composition. Ryu Shin-ae, a graduate of Hanyang University Graduate School, will be playing the piano.
Spring Spring will be performed twice on September 4th and 5th at Sowol Art Hall. Details of the performance can be found at Sowol Art Hall. Tickets are available on the Seongdong Cultural Foundation website (www.sdfac.or.kr) and Interpark Tickets (ticket.interpark.com). In addition, the performances will be divided into offline and online (streaming transmission) and will be unveiled from September 18 to 26 through Seongdong Cultural Foundation's Youtube Channel.
Global News Team
Translation by: Lee Hee-jin
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