The Sejong Soloists Annual Benefit Concert is a dual celebration this year, to commemorate Sejong’s 20th anniversary and honor artistic director Hyo Kang. Join the festivities on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at the Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Center.
On this rare occasion, six world-class violinists join Sejong Soloists in a program of virtuosic violin repertoire. Special guests Gil Shaham, Chee-Yun, Catherine Cho, Yura Lee and founding leaders Adele Anthony and David Chan will perform together for an unforgettable gala concert.
Highlights of the evening include Bach Concerto for Two Violins, Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, Sarasato Navarra and Leonard Spanish Serenade. Other works by Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, and more.
Paula Zahn, Emmy award-winning journalist, will host the gala for the 12th consecutive year.
$300 Concert and Meet the artists reception
$94.50, $44.50 Concert only
You can purchase tickets here.
Tuesday, Oct. 28
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
New York, NY
This year’s golf tournament and dinner fundraiser will be held at the well-manicured and private setting of California Country Club in Whittier, CA.
Enjoy a complete program of special events, 18 holes of golf (including cart), bag lunch, drinks, snacks, goody bag, raffle prizes, and an exciting awards dinner at a private country club…All for just $100/player.
This fundraiser is open to everyone (men or women) and does not have to be a graduate of Father School. For those who cannot make it to golf, we still encourage you to come for Dinner/Award/Prizes only.
$30 / person for Dinner/Prizes only. NY steak and Alaska salmon combo dish Raffle prizes may include: 42” LED TV, golf clubs, golf playing lesson, Warrior custom golf gift cards, and many more… (raffle ticket $5/each).
$0 / person for newcomers to Father School for the entire golf and dinner event as long as the person signs up for upcoming Father School Retreat (1/2/15-1/4/15, and 1/10/15) for $200/person (pay by 11/7/14).
Please come out, have fun, and raise funds for YOUR Father School. Please contact Dean Choi or Scott Pfister to register, volunteer, or for any sponsorship info.
Father School USA is a 501(c) non-profit organization. Your participation and
sponsorship is tax deductible.
Golf attire is required. Collared shirts and slacks/golf shorts.
Date: Friday, November 7, 2014
Location: California Country Club
1509 Workman Mill Rd
Whittier, CA 90601
$100/player register by 10/17/14 (only limited space available)
Registration 11:00 am
Tee time 12 noon
Dinner 5:30 pm
Contact: Dean Choi
The 21st APEX Awards Gala will take place on Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Line Hotel in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Titled “Icons of Inspiration,” APEX will announce their rebranding after 20 years to better reflect the millennial audience.
APEX also will unveil their Martell Icons Mentoring program that pairs young contestants with a celebrity leader in business and entertainment to compete for a trip to Cognac, France.
DanAKADan will be the feature performer, and other celebrity guests include actor Chris Tashima and Stephen Liu. Comedian Jenny Yang and musician Eric Hsu are set to emcee.
The COLD TOFU Improv sketch group will be honored for their excellence in community service. Stephanie Huynh, the Director of Orange County Programs at APEX and Project Manager at Glitterings Inc. will be receiving the APEX President’s Award.
You can find more information on admission and registration at this link.
Saturday, Sept. 27
The Line Hotel, Los Angeles
6 – 10 p.m.
From the Korean American Coalition (KAC) National Convention website:
How well do you know your Korean American Community & Network?
The Korean American Coalition of Chicago (KAC-Chicago) is excited to announce and invite you to the 12th Annual KAC National Convention: “Korean American 360: Building our Future” hosted in Chicago, Illinois. KAC’s National Convention is one of the first national conventions held and hosted by Korean Americans which is now in its 12th year. Join us with special guests from across KAC’s national chapters from Los Angeles to Seattle, government agencies, and community representatives from 20+ Korean American organizations in both our local and national networks.
The Convention will provide a chance for Korean Americans of all generations and backgrounds to collaboratively discuss the latest issues affecting our community, as well as, highlight the legacy left by our ancestors. The Convention will kick-off with a Friday VIP Reception for KA Leaders, Speakers, and Special Guests. Then the Saturday Day Convention will feature panelists discussing: (1) THE 152 KA IDENTITY: The Interplay and Dynamics of the 1.52 Korean-American Identity, (2) ENGAGING: The Meaning of Civic Engagement with 2014 Hot Topics (North Korea crisis, Comfort Women, and more), (3) SERVING: Taking Care of Our Aging Senior Citizen Population in Asian Culture, (4) LEADING: Value of Mentoring with 2015 Mentorhip Opportunties & Sharing of Real Life Stories, (5) COALITION BUILDING: Ways to Improve Community Outreach (perspectives from KA groups, the CIA, etc.), and a special presentation by our State Farm Main Sponsor on (6) A Slice of L.I.F.E. for Lessons in Financial Education.
In this way, the Convention will provide a unique platform where the dynamics of both the pioneering & future generations will be examined through the perspectives of 152 Asian American leaders in a collaborative effort to build a strong network of informed and fully engaged Korean-American citizens.
On Saturday evening, we will celebrate with our annual GenKAC Gala & Dinner where we will create a lively environment conducive to networking and learning about our Chicago organizations and businesses with our Special Guests, entertainment, and exhibit booths. The event will provide an opportunity to engage all five senses while learning about the Coalition, our partner organizations, and Chicago’s vibrant Korean American community at the South Shore Cultural Center, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and named one of Chicago’s landmark buildings.
View the NAT CON 2014 WEBSITE for the complete list of sponsors, and more updates!
Due to popularity, the panels will be on a 1st come, 1st serve basis until each reaches capacity – so make sure you RSVP Early to guarantee your spots!
“2014 12TH ANNUAL KAC NATIONAL CONVENTION & GenKAC GALA IN CHICAGO”
THE KOREAN-AMERICAN COALITION OF CHICAGO (KAC-CHICAGO)
– Friday, September 26 (VIP Reception)
– Saturday, September 27 (Day Convention & GenKAC Gala)
– Sunday, September 28 (Wrap-Up)
DAY CONVENTION – Sept. 27
American College of Surgeons Building, 28th Floor
633 N. Saint Clair Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Dress: Business Casual attire
EVENING GenKAC GALA- Sept. 27
South Shore Cultural Center
7059 S. South Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL 60649
Dress: Cocktail attire
– Driving: Street Parking near Day Convention, Free Parking lot for GenKAC
– Subway: Walking distance from Red Line stop
The Korean American Coalition of Chicago (KAC-Chicago) is part of the national 501(c)(3) non-profit, the Korean American Coalition, based in Los Angeles. For more about KAC-Chicago, visit us at http://kac-chicago.org/about-us/.
Be sure to check out the 41st Annual Los Angeles Korean Festival from Sept. 18-21, brought to you by the Los Angeles Korean Festival Foundation.
Final Round of K-pop Singing and Dancing Battle
Friday, September 19
Seoul International Park in LA Koreatown
The 9th annual L.A. College Fair will be held on Sept. 20 at Choong Hyun Mission Church in Los Angeles(address below).
Apart from the seminars and workshops, attendees will also be able to listen meet successful graduates, includingArden Cho, Steve Jung, Sally Na, Tae Eun Kim, andJanet Kwon. Anyone who needs more direct help will be able to hold one-on-one counseling sessions with admissions consultants.
Students thinking about a particular school can also meet representatives from over 50 colleges and universities. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity and find out as much as you can. If you don’t come home with a backpack full of brochures and pamphlets, you haven’t done enough.
Click here for tickets for the Los Angeles fair (same-day registration is at 9:30 a.m. at the fair).
Have you dreamed of taking the stage like your favorite K-pop singers? The Korea Daily (Joongang Ilbo) and the LA Korean Festival Foundation (LAKFF) may have just what you’re looking for to make your daydreams a bit more concrete.
The 4th K-pop Singing & Dancing Battle is back, and it kicks off with a preliminary round on Saturday, Sept. 6 at the Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles. Finalists will then compete at the 41st Korean Cultural Festival on Friday, Sept. 19 at Seoul International Park in Koreatown.
The first-place winner will receive $500 and a free smartphone. Two second place winners will receive $200 each, and two popularity prizes in the form of $100 will be awarded to another two teams.
To enter, contestants and the majority of group members should be: non-Korean or Korean with mixed racial background whose native language is not Korean, or a 2nd/3rd generation Korean American born and raised in the U.S., whose native language is not Korean. All persons under the age of 18 must have written permission from a parent or legal guardian.
You can register at this link until 5 p.m. on Aug. 29 for free! For more information, you can visit www.lakoreanfestival.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (213) 368-2675/2543. You can also RSVP at the event’s Facebook page.
Saturday, Sept. 6
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Korean Cultural Center
5505 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Friday, September 19
Seoul International Park in LA Koreatown (Friday night of the Korean Cultural Festival)
It’s back! The first KTOWN Night Market in Los Angeles was a blast, so the obvious decision is to have another one.
This time, the festival makes its way over to Orange County at Angel Stadium of Anaheim! The OC Block Party is pretty much set to be a fantastic and food-filled time. Click here to find out how to secure a free ticket (while supplies last). You can also visit the official KTOWN Night Market website and check out their Facebook event page for more information.
Friday, Aug. 22
4 p.m. to Midnight
Saturday, Aug. 23
2 p.m. to Midnight
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
2000 E Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92806