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Gwangju Metropolitan Opera 2022 Year-End Concert “‘World Classic Opera Series Ⅱ’ with Gum Nan-se”

The highlights of the operas with Gum Nan-se, the conductor Koreans love!

Gwangju Metropolitan Opera 2022 Year-End Concert
“‘World Classic Opera Series Ⅱ’
with Gum Nan-se”
  • DateDecember 3–4, 2022 (SAT–SUN)
  • Time17:00
  • PlaceTheater 1
  • Age LimitMust be 8 years or older
  • Person435 seats
  • Price KRW 20,000 for all seats (Discount Info: Check booking sites)
  • TicketGwangju Culture & Arts Center Website / Ticketlink +82-1588-7890
  • ContactGwangju Culture & Arts Center +82-62-412-2502
  • DurationRunning time: 90 min (Including the intermission)
  • HostsAsia Culture Center, Gwangju Culture & Arts Center
  • OrganizerGwangju Metropolitan Opera
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Visitor Information
Reminders for Visitors and Regarding Reservation
Age Requirement
  • Age: 8 years or older (born in or before 2015)
  • Visitors must present documentary evidence to prove their date of birth. (e.g., Health insurance card, passport, resident registration card, student identification, etc.)
  • ※ Visitors under the age 8 are not allowed to enter the hall regardless of whether they have a ticket or are accompanied by a guardian.
Ticket Reservation and Pickup
  • Reserved tickets can be claimed and on-site purchases are available from 17:00 (1 hr before the performance) on December 3 (Saturday) to December 4 (Sunday).
  • ※ The reservation number or the phone number provided during the reservation process must be verified before the ticket can be collected.
  • Wheelchair seating may be reserved through the Ticketlink service (+82-1588-7890).
  • ※ Discounted purchases must be verified on-site with the relevant documents. If there are no certifications, the visitor must pay the difference between the regular price and the discounted price.
  • Tickets can be reserved via TicketlinkShortcut +and the Gwangju Culture & Arts Center website Shortcut +.
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  • Asia Culture Center maintains a strict policy on age restrictions, late arrivals, and photography during the performance to ensure the best experience for our visitors.
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  • The performance hall will open 30 minutes before the start of the performance. Admission may be restricted after the show begins.
  • ※ The time of entry may vary depending on the features of the performance or site conditions. Please enter the hall at least 10 minutes before the show begins.
  • A free parking voucher (for 4 hours) will be provided upon receipt of your ticket at the box office on-site.
Introduction
Gwangju Metropolitan Opera 2022 Year-End Concert
“‘World Classic Opera Series Ⅱ’ with Gum Nan-se”
  • Session 1 (December 3, 2022)Special Gala with Gum Nan-se
  • Session 2 (December 4, 2022)Soloist Ensemble
The Year-End Concert of the Gwangju Metropolitan Opera, “World Classic Opera Series Ⅱ,” will be the grand finale of 2022 with Gum Nan-se, the conductor Koreans love.
The “World Classic Opera Series” presents a collection of famous scenes from the most popular operas, mainly classic masterpieces, by top-notch vocalists. This makes it one of the Opera’s most popular year-end concerts that provides an extraordinary experience not only to opera lovers but also new audiences.
In particular, Gum Nan-se, the best maestro in Korea, will be an art director and conductor of this performance and provide commentary. The performance will also show the essence of opera music with its spectacular lineup and high-quality programs.
Program
Session 1 (December 3, 2022)
Special Gala with Gum Nan-se
  • Conducting and CommentaryGum Nan-se
  • SoloistsYoon Jung-nan (Soprano), Baek Jae-eun (Mezzo Soprano), Heo Young-hoon (Tenor), Cho Jae-kyung (Baritone), Lee Yoon-seok (Harmonica)
  • PerformanceNew World Philharmonic Orchestra, Harmonica Lee Yoon-seok
Part 1 (La Traviata)
Verdi – Prelude from Opera La Traviata
Verdi – Prelude from Opera La Traviata
Verdi – ‘E strano! Ah, fors e lui’ from Opera La Traviata (Soprano)
Verdi – ‘E strano! Ah, fors e lui’ from Opera La Traviata
Verdi – ‘Di provenza il mar’ from Opera La Traviata (Baritone)
Verdi – ‘Di provenza il mar‘ from Opera La Traviata
Part 2 (La Bohème)
Puccini – ‘Che gelida manina’ from Opera La Bohème (Tenor)
Puccini - ´Che gelida manina´ from Opera La Bohème
Puccini – ‘Si, Mi chiamano Mimi’ from Opera La Bohème (Soprano)
Puccini - ´Si, Mi chiamano Mimi´ from Opera La Bohème
Puccini – ‘O soave fanciulla’ from Oper La Bohème (Soprano, Tenor)
Puccini - ´O soave fanciulla´ from Oper La Bohème
Part 3 (Carmen)
Bizet – Prelude from Opera Carmen
Bizet – Prelude from Opera Carmen
Bizet – ‘L’amour est un oiseau rebelle’ from Opera Carmen (Mezzo Soprano)
Bizet - ´L’amour est un oiseau rebelle´ from Opera Carmen
Bizet – 'La fleur que tu m´avais jetee' from Opera Carmen (Tenor)
Bizet – ‘La fleur que tu m´avais jetee‘ from Opera Carmen
Bizet – ‘Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre’ from Opera Carmen (Baritone)
Bizet – ‘Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre‘ from Opera Carmen
Moody – Spanish Fantasy ‘Toledo’ (Harmonica Lee Yoon-seok)
Moody – Spanish Fantasy ‘Toledo’
Bizet – ‘Finale – C’est toi? C'est moi!’ from Opera Carmen (Mezzo Soprano, Tenor)
'Finale -'Finale - C'est toi? C'est moi!' from Opera Carmen
Session 2 (December 4, 2022)
Solist Ensemble
  • Choir ConductorYoon Young-moon
  • PerformancePianist Kwon Hyun
  • SopranoGu Sung-hee, Gil Ae-ryung, Kim Mi-ok, Kim Sun-hee, Kim So-hee, Kim Soon-mi, Kim Hye-mi, No Hyun-sook, Park Kyung-sook, Shin Eun-sun, Yeon Soo-hyun, Lee Seung-hee, Lee Ye-ji, Lee Ji-yeon, Lee Ji-hyun, Lee Hwan-hee, Hong Sun-hee
  • AltoKang Yang-eun, Ko Eun-bi, Kwon Yeon-ok, Kim Young-mi, Moon Ju-ri, Park Sun-kyung, Park Hye-kyung, Lee Hyun-hee, Im Ji-hyun, Jung Sang-hee
  • TenorKim Kwan-sik, Kang Jin-won, Kim Baek-ho, Kim Yong-bok, Kim Chul-soo, Kim Chun-soo, Park Sang-myeon, Park Chae-ok, Sun Hyun-il, Lee Chang-hoon, Im Young-bin, Joo Guk-jeon
  • BassKim Gui-man, Kim Hong-seok, Moon Ju-hwan, Park Byung-guk, Park Sung-hoon, Park Hyung-ha, Bang Dae-jin, Im Hae-chul, Jang Sung-geun, Cho Kyung-wook
  • Special AppearanceLydian Factory
Part 1
  • A Ceremony of Carols (Procession) / Benjamin Britten
  • Deo Gratias / Jay Althouse
  • The Castle of Zion / Park Ji-hoon
Part 2
  • Nessun Dorma (From Opera Turandot) / Giacomo Puccini
  • La donna e mobile (From Opera Rigoletto) / Giuseppe Verdi
Part 3
  • Theme of Love / Kim Yong-nyeon
  • Hebrew Slaves Chorus (From Opera Nabucco) / Giuseppe Verdi
  • Soldier's Chorus (From Opera Faust) / Charles Gounod
Part 4
  • First Love / Kim Hyo-geun
  • Singing for Cosmos / Lee Heung-ryeol
Part 5
  • On Which Star / Ahn Chi-hwan
  • Dreaming Island / Shin Sang-woo
  • Women with Spring Fever / Cho Hye-young
  • Beautiful Songs / Cho Woo-hyun
CREATIVE TEAM
Art Director, Conductor, and CommentaryGum Nan-se
Conductor Gum Nan-se, the pride of Korea, graduated from Seoul National University and studied under professor Rabenstein at the College of Music of the Universität der Künste in Berlin.

After winning a prize at the Herbert von Karajan Conductor’s Competition, a most renowned affair, in 1977, he became the artistic director and permanent conductor of the European Master Orchestra. He then served as the permanent conductor of the Moscow Incheon Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1998, Gum founded the Eurasian Philharmonic Orchestra, a “venture orchestra,” and has been actively showcasing colorful and lavish music to the audiences.

He served as the Chair Professor of the Changwon National University in 2012 and principal of Seoul Arts High School from 2013 to 2019. He was appointed the honorary principal in 2019 and contributed to the educational world. He is currently the general artistic director and the permanent conductor of the Seongnam City Symphony Orchestra.
Choir ConductorYoon Young-moon
Yoon graduated from the Department of Vocal Music at Mokpo National University and the Graduate School of Chosun University. Later, he received his doctorate in Choral Musical Arts at the Graduate School of Gwangju University.
Conductor Yoon Young-moon has organized choirs and devoted himself to chorus education while serving as a secondary school teacher for 37 years. From 2007 to 2010, he was the director of the Gwangju Women Choir Competition and largely contributed to the development of Gwangju’s choral music.

He was appointed as the director and conductor of Gwangju MBC Children’s Choir and City Boys & Girls Choir. Also, he was in the Gwangju CBS Women Choir, Gwangju Bukgu Choir, and Boys & Girls’ Choir of Gwangju Foreign Language Network, and he served as the adjunct professor of the Gwangju National University of Education and president of Gwangju Choral Association.
He is currently actively participating as the Vice President of the Korean Federation for Choral Music, Chair of the Music Association of Gwangju Metropolitan City, member of the steering committee of the Gwangju Opera Group, and the permanent conductor of Gwangju Bukgu District Choir and Gwangju Loving Couple Choir.
PianistKwon Hyun
Pianist Kwon Hyun graduated from the Department of Music Education at the College of Education of Chonnam National University and graduated from the Chonnam National University Graduate School. Later, he completed the advanced International Academy Piano course at Germany’s Cologne University of Music and Dance (HfMT Köln). He is now recognized for his talent when he plays for piano recitals, accompaniments, and ensemble performances. In particular, he is known as a talented pianist for being the permanent accompanist of the Gwangju City Choir when he was a university student. He has served as a lecturer at the Gwangju National University of Education, Gwangju University, and Gwangju Arts High School.
Kwon is currently actively performing as the permanent accompanist of the Gwangju City Choir and a professional pianist.
HarmonicistLee Yoon-seok
Lee Yoon-seok, a graduate of the Seoul National University’s College of Music and Norwegian Academy of Music (Norges musikhøgskole), is the representative Korean harmonicist. He is one of the most talented players who were selected as the Kumho Young Artist from the Kumho Asiana Cultural Foundation and uJung Rising Star from the uJung Foundation. His talent was recognized after he won prizes from the “World Harmonica Festival” held in Germany and the “Asia pacific Harmonica Festival” held in Hong Kong and Malaysia. Lee has gained recognition for becoming the first person to graduate from the Norwegian Academy of Music, majoring in harmonica.
Currently, he is actively performing in Korea and Norway.
New World Philharmonic Orchestra
The New World Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in the name of the Eurasian Philharmonic. After its debut at the “Seoul International Music Festival” in 1997, it began its full performances in 2000. It has won a reputation as the “national orchestra” representing Korea, as it has successfully completed over 100 performances in more than 30 regions every year. The harmonious performance, based on the creative ideas of its music director Gum Nan-se and communication among musicians, fascinates its audience with the charms of classical music. The orchestra has been colorfully designing and carrying out cultural and artistic projects with original content with Korea’s major companies by planning and carrying out various performances with creative ideas and providing new cooperative models between companies and art communities.
Gwangju Metropolitan Opera
The Gwangju-like opera, Spreading Gwangju’s culture and arts to the world
The Gwangju Metropolitan Opera was founded on September 1, 2017, to establish the status of Gwangju Metropolitan City as the hub of Asian culture and to satisfy the needs of the citizens to enjoy culture and art. The opera group for the Gwangju citizens is now paving the way for the citizens to become the main subject of art and for the talented musicians, artists, and professional performers to grow.

As it expands its scope to a wider range of opera genres, it is also expanding the base of Korean opera. It is continuously striving to meet the audiences through large and small public utilities and various methods, such as the “Everywhere Cultural Empathy” and “Performance-linked Educational Program,” for regional development and through the cooperative businesses and performance exchanges with various regions, like Gwangju, Jeollanam-do, Seoul, Daegu, and Suncheon.

The Gwangju Metropolitan Opera will continuously create the so-called “Gwangju-like” opera with its members to introduce the excellence of Gwangju’s culture and art to the world.
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