The core mission of Han & Heung Festival is to explore the stories of resilience and optimism through the presentation of thought-provoking concert program, followed by a panel discussion that promotes awareness, reflection, and dialogue.
Han (한/恨) and Heung (흥/興), derives from popular Korean social emotions. Han attributes to repressed emotion of grief and resentment, while heung is the juxtaposing feeling of exhilaration and utmost joy. Such amalgamation of dialectical tension is a universal reality for many contemporaries co-existing in this complex global society.
Featured Guest Artists
The Festival will also feature numerous performers and special effects assistance from faculty and students in the LSU School of Music, including an appearance by the LSU Gospel Choir.
Due to limited venue capacity, advance registration is required to attend this event.
Friday, January 27 at 7:30pm to 9:30pm