Gray by Silver are a four-piece combo of piano, vocals, percussion, strings, and junggeum bamboo flute. The band finds equal inspiration from contemporary western classical, indigenous folk song, modern jazz, and new age instrumental. Their latest album, 2021's The Song of Ethnic, features intricately rendered arrangements of traditional vernacular tunes, Asian nursery rhymes and original compositions by the group's lead pianist HanBin Lee. Easily accessible and beautifully executed, Gray by Silver presents music that is unmistakable in its Korean identity but global in its aspirations. The quartet's U.S. debut is part of Lincoln Center's continuing celebration of the spectrum of Korean performing arts, Korean Arts Week.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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