Invitation to KAIST Outdoor Theater Cultural Festival
Thanks for your cooperation for the successful execution of ‘KAIST Outdoor Theater Cultural Festival’, which has been performed since 2005. In this fall, owing to your help, we prepare ‘KAIST Outdoor Theater Cultural Festival 2006’with the beautiful outdoor theater colored by red as its stage.
Title of Performance
“rocKlassic - Einstein’s Violin”
KAIST orchestra, MUSIKA, Adlib, Yeoseotjul (six strings), Sangji Ko (Bandoneonist)
Jungjien Kim, Soyoung Kim, Mira Choi, Jongjin Hong
“DiGi-Log Duo concert”
Bonchul Koo, Changsoo Park, Younghee Kim, Mutdance
“Adlib Fall Performance”
Adlib (KAIST Rock band)
- Outdoor theater (W9) in KAIST
Guseong-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
Various performances by competent musicians such as “rocKlassic”- an epic of science and art by KAIST students making performances with their own capabilities from arrangement and playing to instrument manufacturing, “Cellist D’amour”- quartet by top Cellists in Korea, “DiGi-Log duo concert,” in which digital performances and impromptu piano playing go along with dances, and performance by KAIST top rock band “Adlib” are prepared.
The festival is organized by KAIST Graduate School of Culture and Technology, the first culture-oriented graduate school in Korea, and all performed by KAIST students as a part of the class of performance planning and business management. Therefore, the festival will be a meaningful spot to estimate the future of performance culture in Korea.
Hoping all of you to feel the romanticism of coming fall, season of harvest, through the cultural festival, we invite you to KAIST outdoor theater.
● All performances are free, and seats will be taken by order of arrival from 30 minutes before the performance.
(In case of rain, the performance will be held at KAIST auditorium [E-15].)
● How to come: take a bus No. 113, 132, 162, 185/ 103, 509 (seat bus)
● Point of Contact: Minho Song (firstname.lastname@example.org, 019-311-5845)
September 1, 2006
Performance Planning Team of KAIST Graduate School of Culture and Technology