Korean New Waves in Classical Music

comparative study of the classical music and concert market in korea

Session 1 | Presentation | Thursday, 15 May 2014 | 11:00 – 11:45 | Lecture Hall

The South Korean classical music market is changing rapidly. In this presentation, Moon-Seon Park will reveal how the country’s young artists are breaking into the worldwide market while also helping to boost the classical music scene at home. He will also discuss an emerging trend towards mixing traditional and contemporary music, exploring how this can create opportunities in a diminishing classical music market. Finally, he will ask how artists and producers can make the most of other emerging new waves in the traditional music market.

Presented by

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moon-seon park (South Korea)

General manager, Daewon Cultural Foundation

Moon-Seon Park studied economics at Dongguk University in Seoul, South Korea. He has been working in the music industry since 1995 and has held roles with Sony Music Entertainment Korea and Universal Music Korea. Now he is working for Daewon Cultural Foundation as General Manager. (Photo: DK LIM.) 
www.daewonculture.org
 

 

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