Yoon Yi Sang Music Festival in PyongyangBoth North and South Korean musicians will get together in harmony to commemorate the world renowned composer Yoon Yi Sang in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang.
The Hangyoreh Unifification Cultural Foundation on October 28 announced, 'South Korean Musicians will visit North Korea and have collateral music performance from November 3 to 5 in the first Yoon Yi Sang Music Festival.'
Thirteen members will be leaving for Pyongyang including violinist Kim Hyun Mi and soprano Yoon In Sook.
For North Korea, the National Symphony Orchestra will join in a mutual performance. Both sides are to perform the traditional folk song 'Arirang' together.
The Seoul members will leave for Beijing, China on October 30 and enter Pyongyang the following day.
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