Eunjoo Kang started dancing at an early age and has continued her dance education under the prominent Korean Traditional dancers, Mubong Whang and Jaeman Chung in Sookmyung Women University; where she received a BA degree in dance. In 1995, Kang earned her Master’s degree from New York University in Dance Education. Currently serving as managing director of Woori Garak Dance Company, based in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey since 1998, as the director and a dancer at Panoram Asian Dance Project company in New York since 2007, and as the director of Korean Dance at Korean Community Center (FGS) in Englewood, New Jersey since 2011; Eunjoo Kang has been actively performing and choreographing to promote the beauty of Korean traditional dance through numerous festivals and dance performances in Asia, Europe, and the United States for the past 20 years.
Jung-Hee Oh is a Korean traditional music artist of “Gayageum Byeong-chang” and “Pansori.” She is recognized under the Korean Government’s Ministry Of Culture as a “holder” (yisuja) of Intangible Cultural Property No. 23: Gayageum Sanjo – Gayageum Byeongchang (solo zither performance-zither with song), having studied with An, Suksun, Living National Treasure of pansori and gayageum. Ms. Oh received her master’s degree in music from Chung-Ang University in Seoul. She is currently a music director and teaching artist at The New York Korean Performing Arts Center based in Manhattan, and teaches in Greater New England area.
Song Eun Shin has established her reputation as her outstanding performance and detailed expressions of the unique musical language. In addition, she has been a pioneer in spreading across the world the sound of Gayageum, traditional Korean string instrument. She started to play Gayageum when she was 10 years old. She graduated from Korean National Traditional Arts High School, and received bachelor’s and master’s degree from Chung-Ang University with top honors. She won Seoul Gayaguem Competition and has continued to advance her career through great concerts and performances, including Shanghai Expo, the G20 Summit, and Hong Kong national holiday events. She was a member of Chongdong Theater, which is Korean Traditional Art Theater, and performed Korean Traditional Music. She is now a Gayageum soloist in U.S.
Leekyung Kang is a professional Haegeum player. A graduated the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Music (Major in Performance of Korean Traditional Music)at Hanyang University in Seoul. She has performed Haegeum at Canegie hall, recital at The Korea Society in NY and elsewhere.