Yeahwon Shin

 Galleria Magazine.
2015 04 30

Beautiful memory of NY performance last spring on Galleria Magazine.

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2014 11 26

Yeahwon’s new album “Lua Ya” was

reviewed by Tyran Grillo, Roots World.

Banjul
2014 10 01

On October 10th!

A suprising concert of Yeahwon at Banjul.

Seoul, Korea

2014 02 18

Yeahwon’s new album “Lua Ya” was

reviewed on All About Jazz Italy, by Alberto Bazzurro.

2014 01 12

‘Yeahwon’s new album “Lua Ya” was

reviewed on London Jazz

Yeahwon’s new album “Lua Ya” was reviewed on All About Jazz.
2014 01 09

Yeahwon’s new album “Lua Ya” was
reviewed on All About Jazz.

Arirang
2013 12 30

A recent performance featuring Aaron Parks on piano and Jean Louis Matinier on accordion. The performance is part of a tribute festival to the Korean song “Arirang”.

You can watch it here

Yeahwon’s new album featured in France’s “Jazz News Magazine”
2013 12 01

Yeahwon’s new album featured in
France’s “Jazz News Magazine”

You can read the full article (in French).

Happy.Design
2013 11 30

Yeahwon was featured in Happy Design

You can read the full article here(Korean)

“Lua ya” Released in the USA
2013 11 19

“Lua ya” Released in the USA

Today is the official release date in the USA for Yeahwon’s new album entitled “Lua ya”. The album appears on the prestigious ECM Records.

The recording is available at all the usual retailers: Amazon, iTunes, and ECM.

2013 11 04
2013 09 26

TSF JAZZ Podcast

Listen to Yeahwon’s interview on the parisian radio “TSF JAZZ,” with Jean-Charles Doukhan.

Featured in “Jazz Echo”
2013 08 25

You can read the article on ECM and transcultural music at Jazz Echo. The article is in German.

New Record Release
2013 08 23

New Record Release

Yeahwon Shin’s ECM debut, “Lua ya” is a gentle album of songs and lullabies, recorded in 2012 in the spacious acoustics of Mechanics Hall, near Boston. It’s a very intuitive set, shaped by “improvising, listening to our childhood memories and letting the music flow”, as Yeahwon says.

Shin and pianist Aaron Parks played together just once before the present recording, finding “an instant improvisational connection” which is further explored here. Accordionist Rob Curto shares with Yeahwon an affinity for Brazilian music and has collaborated with her previously (in contexts including her Latin Grammy-nominated album “Yeahwon” on ArtistShare).

But this new disc is a project beyond the idiomatic borderlines: Korean children’s songs are amongst the inspirational sources, and jazz has influenced the phrasing and imagination of all three participants, yet “Lua ya” seems to emerge from a place of pure music and a common reservoir of feeling. Yeahwon Shin dedicates the set to mothers and children everywhere.

2013 08 23

Welcome to Yeahwon’s new website. Take a look around, listen to some new musical excepts, and please take a moment to join the mailing list. Enjoy!