This interview covers the topic of being a female Korean traditional percussionist.
The narrator is So Ra Kim, a world renowned changgo player. Notions of
traditional musical learning are addressed, along with Kim’s inspirations and
desired collaborations. Kim discusses what it is like to be a woman in a
predominantly male field of music in Korea and how that is important for the
future of traditional Korean music.
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