The Most Beautiful Experience of Arts and Culture
TeRra is an Arts and Cultural experience portal search website. The online platform to provide users to experience performing arts, exhibition, concerts and information of current event schedule and ticket info, artist info, and music info. So the user can get arts and cultural experience in person anywhere and anytime. Through the website’s Check Rates feature, users are able to check event ticket pricing and availabilities across multiple vendor commerce sites.
TeRra has originated from TeRra Magazine since 2016 in Seoul, which is a globally, premium art and cultural magazine published by TeRra Han, korean kayageum virtuoso in New York City, seeking true beauty in treasuarable art & cultural heritages on the globe. The magazine’s mission is to connect the world beyond all boundaries created in the traditional, as well as, cutting edged contemporary fine arts.
What Make Us Confident
Through this extraordinary musical careers of our founder, Terra Han’s as a foremost international musician from Asia, she realized by herself the lack of platforms containing Asian arts and cultures despite of increase demands of people interest in the world, as well as, it is necessary to connect Asian artists, especially traditional genres and expand gateways for their activities to the world widely. As well as, it is necessary to connect the artists, especially traditional genres and expand gateways for their activities widely to the world.
TeRra has abundant data covering all kind of genres and arts and artists all over the around with partnerships with performing arts centers, concert hall, museum, art galleries, individual artists profile world widely. TeRra has been seeking to provide information of true beauty in treasurable art & cultural heritages on the globe. TeRra’s mission is to make world beautiful through the beauty beyond all boundaries of arts and cultures on the planet.
Meet The Woman Behind TeRra™
TeRra Han / Founder
TeRra Han (한테라, 韓泰來) is widely recognized South Korean kayageum virtuoso based in New York City. Ms. Han was a child prodigy and was performing by age 6. She started music with piano at age 4 and began her training in traditional Korean music and performing arts, including singing and dancing, at the age of 6, as well as, Ms. Han has trained other Asian zither traditions including the Japanese koto, the Chinese guzheng, guqin and North Korea‘s music represented in China and Indian Sitar.
Ms. Han has received numerous awards and fellowships, including the National Commission for UNESCO and Blanchette Rockefeller Fund, the Asian Cultural Council in New York. She also serves as an honorary ambassador of the Center for International Affairs of Korea, member of the Asian Zither’s Association, and member of Asian Musicology. Ms. Han holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from Seoul National University. She has released more than 10 solo albums of Asian authentic classical music and numerous chamber and orchestra recordings. She is called ‘ Living work of art‘ for her combined brilliant artistry.
TeRra had debut stage at the Carenegie Hall in New York as the youngest Korean traditional musicians of a few who ever had a recital at the Carnegie hall. In TeRra Han was admitted voting member of the Grammy Awards as a few Asian musicians by The Recording Academy in the United States.
official wsebsite: terrahan.com
TeRra Han Carnegie Hall Recital, 2015
*Kayageum (가야금, 伽倻琴)
Kayageum or gayagum is a traditional Korean zither-like string instrument, with 12 strings, though some more recent variants have 21 or other number of strings. It is probably the best known traditional Korean musical instrument. It is related to other Asian instruments, including the Chinese guzheng, the Japanese koto, the Mongolian yatga, and the Vietnamese đàn tranh.
The kayageum was developed around the 6th century in the Kaya confederacy by King Gasil after he observed an old Chinese instrument. He ordered a musician named Wu Ruk to compose music that could be played on the instrument. The original name was gayago and later gayageum. The kayageum evolved in the 19th century with the emergence of sanjo music—which literally means scattered melodies, a musical form that involves fast tempos and some improvisation. The sanjo kayageum is now the most widespread form of Kayageum.