Recognition of Korean intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO.

In Nam-Soon President of Institute of Traditional Culture
In Nam-Soon President of Institute of Traditional Culture

In this context, in December 2007,UNESCO granted a certificate recognising JONGMYO JERYEAK,Sing PANSORI and royal ceremony of Dynasty Josecon, which were performed at UNESCO Palace,as elements constituting highly UNESCO World Immaterial Cultural Heritage.The artists of the Institute of Korean Traditional Culture, directed by Mrs. Nam-Soon IN, made a beautiful presentation.

Cultural heritage Korea

The group of In Nam-Soon  performed  the Korea and Unesco intangible cuntural heritage, ChoeYongMoo  and Cunghangjun  which are   the royal dance and musics in the first part and  folk musics and dance in the second part.  

This  program presented  in the Mason cantonale of Bordeaux ,France on 15 November 2013,  in Lisbon Theatre on 16 November 2013.

These festivals were organized by idnetwork thanks to the financial contribution of Korea Foundation and Korean Cultural Center in Paris and Korean Embassy in Lisbon.

 By 1 September 2015, Idnetwork will  show the play of   these artists.

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Potential candidate for UNESCO Intangible culture heritage

Lucille Chung, pianist

Lucille Chung, Pianist

Born in Montréal, Canadian pianist Lucille Chung has been acclaimed for her “stylish and refined performances” by Gramophone magazine, “combining vigor and suppleness with natural eloquence and elegance” (Le Soir).

She made her debut at the age of ten with the Montréal Symphony Orchestra and Charles Dutoit subsequently invited her to be a featured soloist during the MSO Asian Tour in 1989. Since then, she has performed an extensive concerto repertoire with over 60 leading orchestras such as the Philadelphia Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosi, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Flemish Radio Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerífe, Staatskapelle Weimar, Philharmonie de Lorraine, Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana, Belgrade Philharmonic, the Seoul Philharmonic, KBS Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, UNAM Philharmonic (Mexico), Israel Chamber Orchestra as well as all the major Canadian orchestras, including Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, National Arts Centre (Ottawa), Calgary, Winnipeg and Metropolitain, among others. She has appeared with conductors such as Krzysztof Penderecki, Vladimir Spivakov, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Peter Oundjian, Vasily Petrenko, Gerd Albrecht, and Charles Dutoit.

As a recitalist she has performed in over 30 countries in prestigious venues such as the Wigmore Hall in London, New York’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center and Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., the Dame Myra Hess Series in Chicago, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Madrid’s Auditorio Nacional, the Great Hall of the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest, and the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels. Festival appearances include the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, MDR Sommer Festival in Dresden, Lübecker Kammermusikfest, Santander International Festival in Spain where she premiered the 6 Piano Etudes of Israel Davíd Martínez, Felicja Blumental Festival in Israel, Montreal International Festival, Ottawa Chamber Festival, Vancouver MusicFest, Bard Music Festival in NY, International Keyboard Institute and Festival in NYC, ChangChun Festival in China, and the Bravissimo Festival in Guatemala.

In 1989, she was recognized on the international scene as the First Prize winner at the Stravinsky International Piano Competition. She won Second Prize at the 1992 Montreal International Music Competition, at which she also won a Special Prize for the best interpretation of the unpublished work. In 1993, she received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Governor General of Canada and in 1994 won the Second Prize at the First International Franz Liszt Competition in Weimar. In 1999, she was awarded the prestigious Virginia Parker Prize by the Canada Council for the Arts.

She graduated from both the Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School before she turned twenty. She decided to further her studies in London with Maria Curcio-Diamand, Schnabel’s last student, at the “Mozarteum” in Salzburg with Karl-Heinz Kämmerling and received the Konzertexam Diplom from the Hochschule “Franz Liszt” in Weimar, where she worked with the late Lazar Berman. She also graduated from the Accademia Pianistica in Imola, Italy with the honorary title of “Master” and most recently from the SMU Meadows School of the Arts under Joaquín Achúcarro, where she is now on the faculty. Ms. Chung is the recipient of the prestigious Honors Diploma at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Italy.

Lucille Chung has been hailed as “a considerable artist, admirable for her bold choice of music” by the Sunday Times for her recordings of the complete piano works by György Ligeti on the Dynamic label. The first volume was released in 2001 to great critical acclaim, receiving the maximum R10 from Répertoire in France, 5 Stars from the BBC Music Magazine, and 5 Stars on Fono Forum in Germany. The final volume, which also contains works for two pianos, was recorded with her husband, Alessio Bax and once again received the prestigious R10 from Répertoire. Her all-Scriabin CD won the “Best Instrumental Recording” prize at the 2003 Prelude Classical Awards in Holland as well as the coveted R10 Répertoire in France. She also recorded the two Mendelssohn Piano Concerti on the Richelieu/Radio-Canada label, which was nominated for the Prix Opus in Canada. In August 2005, she recorded Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals with the Fort Worth Symphony under Maestro Miguel Harth-Bedoya, which was released in 2006. In 2007 she also released a solo album for the Fazioli Concert Hall Series. Lucille has just signed an exclusive recording contract with Disques XXI-21/Universal and her first album featuring music by Saint-Saëns was released 2010 and an-Mozart album was released in March 2011.

Lucille is fluent in French, English, Korean, Italian, German, and Russian. She and husband, pianist Alessio Bax make their home in New York City and are artistic co-directors of the Dallas-based Joaquín Achúcarro Foundation.

www.lucillechung.com

 

UNESCO Intangible cultural Heritage

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POTENTIAL CANDIDATE

 

  Personal Profile of Pianist Choi Yang-Ok

 

Graduated from the fuculty of music ( Piano) of Seoul national University, Korea

Graduated from Ecole normale de Musique de Paris, France

Honoris Causa  in Music, American Central University

Honoris Causa in Music, University Bae Suk, Korea

 

Performancesof Piano Concerts  from 1985 to 2015 : -   250 anniversary of  Mozart, Seoul Korea

10 anniversary of  Korea-Ukraine diplomatic establishment,

Seoul Korea

-       Korea-Japan friendship, Seoul Korea

-       Salle  Cortot, Paris, France

-       Centre culturel coréen, Paris France

-       Los Angeles city Orchestra, USA

-       Roma City Orchestra, Italy

-        Vladiostok City Orchestra, Russia

-       Duo An lan

-       Quartet verdi , Berlin Germany

-       Korean Tour for ecology promotion, Korea

-       Asia Grand,  Shanghai China

-        40 anniversary of Busan-Los Angeles Twinining, Busan, Korea

-       Charity meeting for incurable children, Seoul Korea

-       20 anniversary of  Korea-China diplomatic establishment,

Beijing  China

-       Women’s association of Korea-USA,  Washington

-       130 anniversary of  Korea-USA diplomatic establishment,

Seoul Korea

-       Musical Campus,  Weckwerth Museum, Germany

-       Charity meeting for children, Kycc, USA

-       Rin-Waal University, Germany

-       150 anniversary of Korea migration to Russia, Moscou, Russia

-       Tchaikowski Festival, Moscou Russia

-       25 anniversary of Korea-Russia diplomatic establishment,

Tchaikowski Hall, Russia

      -   25 anniversary of Korea – Japan diplomatic establishment,

 Dkushima  Japan

           

            The follwing  Korean cities invited Pianist Choi for 

             performance :

             Seoul

             Busan

             Masan,

             Mokpho

 

  Pianist Choi  was invited twice as member of referee for  

   international  music contests :

-         - China international C.C art festival

-         - American Art center.

  

    Award : 

-       Great musician , Seoul,Korea

-       Great Merit of  pianist by  Korea-China Council

-       Korean Council of Music

-       Appreciation letter of Los Angeles City Mayor, USA

-       Art and Culture ( music part).

 

  Activites beside the performance of Piano :

            Vice-chairman, Korean Music Association

            Music director of Korean music festival

            Music director of Korean Opera

            Adviser of International piano association

            Director of Duo association

            Director of korean Piano Academy

            Full Professor of Piano Department,  Faculty of  

            Culture and   Art, MyunGi University.

 

Pianist Yang-Ok Choi will be our invited artist  who will

performe ARIRANG  Fantasy in UNESCO Hall, Korean Cultural Center respectively in London, Berlin and Bruxelles

 in  June 2016. Arirang Fantasy is recomposed by famous Professor Chul-Gu Lee in 2012.

     

 Announced 11 August 2015.

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Potential Candidate

EUN Young Kim Pernelle is a remarkable artist  performing in the World Marionnette Festival which takes place in Charleville, Ardenne, France, since 1962.

In 1991,  Kim  created a spectacle " il vie une pie" et so big success was made that the creator of the theatre of marionnettes, Jacques Félix invited her to  present regularly her creation. In 2009, she presented a theatre " Je me souviens", I remember. This play  lead her to  international notability. She played in Asia and Europe. Namely, she played in South Korea, her mother country, 10 times and recently performed in the school of Korean Language, Paris. She will become the member of International Development Network(idnetwork).


 

 

 

Potential Candidate

TCHO Hye-Young

 

Née à Séoul en Corée du Sud 

Courriel : hyeyoung.tcho@gmail.com ; hyeyoung.tcho@sciences-po.org 

 

Diplôme

 

Maîtrise de littérature française à l’University of Korea, Séoul.

Doctorat en littérature française du Moyen Âge à l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne.

DEA d’Anthropologie et histoire des religions à l’Ecole

pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris

 

Enseignement actuel :

 

Enseignante de la langue coréenne à Sciences Po., Paris

Enseignante de la langue coréenne au Centre culturel coréen de

l’Ambassade de France à Paris

                            

Publications :

Traductions d’ouvrages coréens en français

1. Kim Jeong-hun, La Montagne, le vent, Dieu et moi, Fayard, 1991 (collection Témoins de la Lumière), 345 p. ―

2. Kim Won-il, Le voyage de Monsieur Lee, Arles, Editions Philippe Picquier, 1993, 222 p.

3. Anthologie de nouvelles coréennes (ouvrage collectif), 2 tomes, Arles, Editions Philippe Picquier, 1995, tome 1, 207 p., tome 2, 182 p. 

4. Yun Hung-kil, Los Angeles d’un rêveur, Editions Philippe Picquier, 1997, 141 p. 

5. Yi In-hwa, L'Eternel Empire, Paris, Editions Maisonneuve & Larose, 2000, 223 p. (roman historique).

6. La Montagne des dix mille Bouddhas (Namsan, Gyeongju, Corée), Paris, Editions Cercle d’art, 2002, 158 p. (introduction à l’art bouddhique coréen ancien).

7. Yi Hwang, Étude de la sagesse en dix diagrammes, Paris, Editions du Cerf, 2005 (collection Patrimoines, confucianisme), 136p. (célèbre traité confucéen moral et politique du XVIe siècle).

8. Poèmes de Oh Sae-young, « Jours d’été », « Crémation-comme on sème des graines de fleurs », « Bruit du vent », La Nouvelle Revue Française, Paris, Gallimard, avril 2008, N° 585, p. 238-240. 9. Oh Sae-young, Songe de la falaise, 2012, Editions Circé, 118p.

 

Dr. Tcho  translated a lot of  books of Korean  writers from Korean to French. This contributed to understanding the Korean litterature by French people. Thus, the number of French people learning the Korean is increasing drastically in France. The is the first step to be interested in the Korean culture.

We are very proud of having her membership,as she is a unique

intellectual knowking Korean literature and  French literature, writing and teaching at famous University: Science Po in Paris, France.

 

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