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Monday, April 10th 6:00-7:45pm (hors-d’oeuvres and refreshments at 5:30) in PepsiCo Recital Hall. Chancellor Boschini, President Pullin, and Provost Dahlberg will share opening remarks to begin a dynamic evening of AAPINH heritage celebration: TCU School of Music students, Korean Language and Culture Association students, and community member performances will share their musical talents on stage! From traditional and modern Asian music from Korea and Japan to Polynesian dancing and Taiko drumming, this evening will bring together the community through a diversity of musical and rhythmic dance performances. Weather permitting, the culminating Dondoko Taiko drumming will take place in front of Frog Fountain at 7:30pm.


Student Singing and Faculty Performances include BTS K-Pop arrangements, Korean folk and opera pieces, Piano accompaniments by School of Music and KLCA students and by Dr. Haerim Lee (Asst. Professor of Violin)

Event hosted by Dr. Benjamin Hiramatsu Ireland, Dr. Haerim Lee, and Mr. Jong-Keyong Kim

Exclusive Community Performances by


Okinawa Eisa Ryukyu-Damashii Dancers (Dallas)


Dondoko Taiko Japanese Drummers (Fort Worth)


Grace Hula Dance Company Polynesian Dancers (Keller)



                     Sponsored by Asian Studies, ODI, CRES, and MOLA


Contact Director of Asian Studies, Dr. Ben Hiramatsu Ireland,, for more information.

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