Noerum Machi
Korean drumming, dance & folk singing


Noreum Machi, referring to a performer who is so skilled that no one would dare to follow on stage, is the most widely recognized Korean traditional music band in Korea. Noreum Machi specializes in the virtuosic percussion music known as Samul-nori. This exciting music, first introduced to the West in the late 1970s, is a modernized-staged adaptation of the ancient Pungmul-nori, famers’ ritual that had its origin in shamanism and animism.  Noreum Machi brings together traditional singing and enchanting powerful percussion playing in their musical and creative activities. 


Friday, March 1, 2019, 10 AM & 11:30 AM (SOLD OUT)

MORE SHOWS ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND: Thursday, February 28, 10 AM (sold-out) & 11:30 AM (avaialble)


Grades 4-8


New York Common Core State Standards: Social Studies/History

New York City Blueprint for Teaching & Learning in the Arts: Theater Literacy; Music Literacy; Visual arts Literacy; Making Connections; Community and Cultural Resources; Careers and Lifelong Learning

National Core Arts Standards: Responding; Connecting







Tickets are $7 per person (Classroom teachers are admitted FREE)




For more information:

Call: 718-463-7700 x224