Professor’s book about South Korean percussion honored by ASCAP
Katherine In-Young Lee, associate professor of ethnomusicology, has received the Béla Bartók Award for Outstanding Ethnomusicology from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers for her book, “Dynamic Korea and Rhythmic Form.”
Q&A with UCLA Ethnomusicologist Katherine In-Young Lee
READ: Katherine In-Young Lee's new book, "Dynamic Korea and Rhythmic Form," dives into the world of samul nori, a new percussion-driven musical genre. A two-day conference and concert, “Global Musics and Musical Communities,” builds from the epilogue of the book. The event is presented by the school's Center for Musical Humanities.