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Theme Song For "The Romance Artist" To Be Composed By Paul Yeon Lee

2014/11/02 | 1683 views | Permalink

Paul Yeon Lee is set to compose a main theme song music for the upcoming Korean American drama series, "The Romance Artist" starring actor Dae Na and Esther Nam.

Paul Yeon Lee is a Korean-American composer who is committed to writing the most poignant, eloquent, and passionate music that he can imagine. Praised for the "stormed the heavens with sweeping melodic gestures, romantic yearning" (The Washington Post), "stunning coloristic effects" (San Francisco Classical Voice), and "scintillating" (Times Herald-Record) of his compositions, Lee's music has received many performances by various musicians throughout the United States, Europe and Asia including a renowned Gramophone Award French pianist Pascal Rogé and his wife pianist Ami Hakuno Rogé, Speculum Musicae, Del Sol String Quartet, Ne(x)tworks Ensemble, Indiana University Percussion Ensemble, Indiana University Chamber Orchestra, University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Erato Chamber Orchestra, Haddonfield Symphony, Redwood Symphony, Quincy Symphony Orchestra, Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra and American Composers Orchestra.

The drama, romance, and beauty "The Romance Artist" (Korean Title: "대단한 사랑")
is set to be released in 2015.

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