Bringing hope for peace in Korea through music
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Can music foster peace between North and South Korea? That is the goal of the Lindenbaum Music Festival, which the Yale Symphony Orchestra (YSO) co-hosted in August.
The ninth annual festival, held Aug. 6-12 in South Korea, concluded with a performance by musicians from around the world at the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). A follow-up discussion at Sudler Hall in September, co-hosted by the undergraduate organization There’s Hope in North Korea (THiNK), featured Won Hyung Joon, chief artistic director of the Lindenbaum Orchestra; Maestro Toshiyuki Shimada, music director of the YSO; YSO members Jacob Sweet ’17, Connor Reed ’19, and Eli Mennerick ’21; and Lindenbaum Orchestra members Tyler Shin and Elliot Shin.
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