Korean for "the Heartbeat of the Land," Dulsori captivates audiences with traditional Korean drumming and songs. Their infectious authentic rhythms aw
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company descriptionDulsori, primarily aims to rekindle the spirit of ancient Korean festivals. A festival is a place where everyone’s energy combines together to create a sense of joy in a collective manner. Dulsori can never reach this state of festivity alone and thus needs and invites the audience to participate in the revelry.
The fundamental basis of Dulsori’s creative work is through various Korean percussions. Since the beginning of Dulsori this group has tried many different kinds of performances based on the traditional rhythms of Korea. As a result, Dulsori has developed unique performances and interactive programs which encourage audience members to take part in the performances. Dulsori believes in creating a sense of community and understands the existence and importance of communal values in every culture. Dulsori’s performances and interactive programs attempt to build harmony and unity between the audience members and performers, thereby forming a sense of harmony.
Dulsori’s energetic and passionate team has staged hundreds of international performances and recently toured in Australia, Israel, Africa and across Europe. The group also conducts workshops, classes, and camps on Korean traditional arts, open to all age groups.
Dulsori UK LTD(since 2005) & Dulsori USA LLC(since 2008) The vision of both international branches of Dulsori is to introduce high quality Korean arts and culture in Europe and America, while facilitating a clearer understanding across cultures. The company facilitates these goals by presenting creative, highly skilled, and passionate Korean performances.
- 20 Oct 2010 - written by So Young (Lilian) Yoo, Dulsori Korea from South Korea
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- date:27 May 2009 - 31 May 2009
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- date:19 Sep 2009 - 19 Sep 2009