KNUA Hall Opens

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KNUA Hall Opens

The Korean University of Arts (KNUA) constructed a small stage on the fourth floor of one of its buildings on its Seocho-dong campus. It will be named the 'KUNA Hall' with a seating capacity of 420. It is large enouph to have a 40 membered-chamber orchstra perform.

This new stage is set up mainly for use by its shcool of music and school of dance, however, it will be available to other schools and may be rented as well. Rent will be 300 thousand won, or about $270 per day. KNUA is proceeding with plans to build a pipe organ for the hall by 2002.

Lee Yong-jo, a director of the school of music at KNUA mentioned, "We will rent our hall to an outsider but we will give priority to the chamber orchestra performances." He added, "If the performance is free, we will not charge rent."

For more information call 02-520-8105




by Lee Jang-jik

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