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Dong-won kim whirling with the jang-go, an hourglass drum, in front of a crowd on the street

Engaging New Audiences
Silk Road Ensemble member Dong-Won Kim plays the jang-go on the steps of the Art Institute of Chicago. Residencies in museums and universities allow Ensemble members to take inspiration from works of visual art, collaborate on new projects, and share musical traditions with audiences in informal settings.

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Booking the Silk Road Ensemble

For information regarding booking the Silk Road Ensemble or Yo-Yo Ma for a performance or event, please contact

Opus 3 Artists
470 Park Avenue South
9th Floor North
New York, NY 10016

Phone: (+1) (212) 584-7500

Media Inquiries

Journalists should visit our press room or contact

Heidi Koelz, Communications Manager
Phone: (+1) (617) 496-6314

Music Rights Questions

Permission to use music from recordings by the Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma in films and productions should be obtained from Sony BMG Masterworks.

Use of Silk Road Maps

Permission to use or reproduce the maps of the historical Silk Road that appear this site must be obtained from the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE).

General Inquiries

The best single source for information on the Silk Road Project and the Silk Road Ensemble is this website. Please read our FAQ before contacting us, as you may find the answer to your question there. Because all emails are read and receive personal attention, please note that it may take a few days for a response.

The Silk Road Project
175 North Harvard Street
Boston, MA 02134

Phone: (+1) (617) 496.8888

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