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Direct from South Korea, artists Boram Kim and Jang Kyeong-min dazzle audiences with their witty exploration of individual rhythm and freedom of expression in this world premiere featuring the Kimmel Center’s Fred J. Cooper Memorial Organ. Ambiguous Dance Company and organist Ahreum Han, weave together a smart and charming physical harmony through the universal language of dance.
Every human is born with a rhythm that is all one’s own. Ambiguous Dance Company embraces freedom through choreography that complements the powerful organ in a one-of-a-kind performance.
Organist Ahreum Han’s imaginative, powerful, and extraordinary performances have thrilled audiences throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. She appeared as a featuring artist at the International Organ Festival in Arbon, Switzerland, Jack Singer Hall (Calgary, Canada), Michealskirche (Leipzig, Germany), Oxford Town Hall (Oxford, United Kingdom), Nottingham Albert Concert Hall (Nottingham, UK), and Esplanade Hall in Singapore.
Organ programming is generously supported by the Wyncote Foundation.
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Ambiguous Dance Company in association with Producer Group DOT With the support of Center Stage Korea, Korea Arts Management Service, and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of the Republic of Korea.