정악단

정악단
정악단
정악단
정악단
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Court Music Orchestra

The Court Music Orchestra is faithful to the tradition and faithfully inherited the splendid court music of our ancestors, including the Jongmyo Jewry of the World, which is designated as a world intangible heritage.

It held regular performances with various repertoires of traditional and creative music every year from the 1980s to the 1990s, and in the 2000s, it restored and reenacted the original form of Korean culture, which is all evil, singing and dancing, along with the complete series of traditional music. Since then, in the 2010s, the orchestra has expanded the scope of its performances through changes in the composition and form of performances and the expansion of the repertoire of instrumental music, producing a new brand of music (everything in the royal court's musical culture that encompasses music, music and dance). In a new change and attempt to complete the existing songs, the music was enriched and the performance was changed to perform in a different way than the existing ones. In the 2017 performance, the original text of "Yongbieocheonga" was changed to an easy Korean word and introduced a Jeongga mix on the Jeongak-kien. By performing the works , which Korean traditional music, movies and plays met, the theater brought the epic on the screen to the stage to maximize the emotion of the stage. Starting with music director Choi Choong-woong in 1993, Chung Jae-kook, Kim Joong-sup, Hwang Kyu-nam, Lee Dong-kyu, Song In-gil, Kim Han-seung, Kwak Tae-heon, Kim Kwan-hee and Yoo Yeon-sook have served as artistic directors.