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JANYA Korean East meets West music perform at the DROM NYC.
(Published: December 04, 2011)

The East meets West band JANYA is inspired by Korean Traditional Music and the music of Ornette Coleman and John Zorn. Korean-American Singer Lola Jung Danza went in search of her Korean ancestry, what she discovered was a whole new world of music. All About Jazz calls JANYA a "Communion with the divine." JANYA will perform at Drom (85 Avenue A NYC, NY 10009 212.777.1157) on Friday, January 6th 2012 at 9pm. Tickets at the door are $15 and $10 in advance.
JANYA is a daring, unique and captivating world music group that incorporates traditional Korean instrumentation (Gayageum- Korean Zither, Daegeum- Bamboo flute, and Janggo- Drum) with western vocals.
Singer Lola Jung Danza with her four-octave range and vast array of vocal technique, summons her ancestors through this music taking the listener on a journey to the far off land of Korea, laying beautiful poetry over traditional Korean instrumentation.
Janya is an all female group, Seungmin Cha- Daegeum and voice, Eunsun Jung- Gayageum, and Woonjung Sim- Janggo and percussion. Janya celebrates women in music and culture. The music ranges from meditative to the dramatic-it's something you've never heard before and it's as if these women are speaking directly to the heavens. Janya is paving new ground in music.
Please join us in a beautiful evening of music.

More Information: https://www.janyamusic.com

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