Aurora's Learning Library presents

Coreyah (Field Trips)

Apr 30, 2024-Apr 30, 2024

This engagement of Coreyah is made possible in part through the Performing Arts Global Exchange program of Mid Atlantic Arts with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Special International Touring Artist
For Middle & High School Students.
April 30 at 10:30am

COREYAH the Korean folk music group whose six members integrate traditional Korean instruments, vocals, guitar, and percussion. Coreyah has pioneered a new style of Korean music that blends genres of contemporary ethnic and popular sounds while still maintaining the distinctive characteristics of traditional Korean instruments. The name Coreyah is a Sino-Korean homonym that refers to the inheritance of the past and also in Korean means “whale”—the group’s totem animal and good luck charm. They show students that music is a common thread between ages and cultures.

Performances will take place at the Lawrenceville Arts Center in the Clyde & Sandra Strickland Grand Stage


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Looking for Public Performance?

April 30, 2024 at 10:30AM
Clyde & Sandra Strickland Grand Stage

Tickets: $10

One Free Chaperone per 10 Students
Drop-Off Lane for Buses

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