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SOUNDS OF EAST ASIA: The group IIIZ+ (Three Zee Plus) performed for an audience inside the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies Oct. 11. From left to right are Ryuko Mizutani playing a Japanese koto; Yi-Chieh Lai, playing a Chinese zheng; Il-Ryun Chung playing Korean percussion; and Jocelyn Collette Clark '92 playing a Korean kayagum. Combining these instruments is not traditional in East Asia.

Clark, who majored in East Asian studies, says the ensemble relies on collaborations with contemporary composers in order to build its repertoire.
At left, Vera Schwarz, director of the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies, chair of the East Asian Studies Program, professor of East Asian studies and professor of history applauds the musicians in between songs.
Il-Ryun Chung and Clark performed a duet. The event was co-sponsored by the East Asian Studies Program and the Music Department. More information about the ensemble is online at http://threezeeplus.com/. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)