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Jason Kao Hwang: Sing House

Read "Sing House" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Un gruppo solido, perfettamente amalgamato, dal suono definito e ricco di sfumature, è quanto ci offre in questo album il sessantunenne violinista cino-americano Jason Kao Hwang, figura decisamente trasversale che nell'arco di un'ormai lunga (per quanto fin troppo appartata, verrebbe da dire) carriera ha collaborato con musicisti del calibro di Henry Threadgill e Anthony Braxton, Wadada ...

Sing House

Label: Euonymus Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: No Such Thing; Dream Walk; When What Could; Inscribe.

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Jason Kao Hwang: Sing House

Read "Sing House" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Jason Kao Hwang stirs the melting pot with several stylistic approaches to his music. His contribution to the Asian stream has manifested itself well enough. His immersion in free jazz with an impressive voice for the unusual, adds a daring, eclectic presence. Hwang has worked with the members of his group in different conglomerations. ...

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Jason Kao Hwang: Sing House

Read "Sing House" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

From the earliest part of his solo career, violinist and composer Jason Kao Hwang has employed an eclectic blend of Western and Eastern influences. His recording roots were no less wide-ranging, beginning with Anthony Braxton's Sextet (Istanbul) (Braxton House, 1995), even if the influences were harder to pin down. Hwang later recorded with William Parker and ...

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Jason Kao Hwang: Sing House

Read "Sing House" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Violinist/violist and composer Jason Kao Hwang has explored the intersections of avant-garde jazz and classical music for some time, and his commitment to drawing inspiration from the well of Asian musical idioms gives his pieces much of their distinctive character. Here he's working once again with bassist Ken Filiano and drummer Andrew Drury, longstanding partners from ...

Crossroads Unseen

Label: Euonymus Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Elemental Determination; The Path Around the House; Transients; Crossroads Unseen; One Day.

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Jason Kao Hwang / EDGE: Crossroads Unseen

Read "Crossroads Unseen" reviewed by Troy Collins

Crossroads Unseen is violinist Jason Kao Hwang's third release with his all-star ensemble, EDGE, following Stories Before Within (Innova, 2007) and its 2006 self-titled debut (Asian Improv). Exploring uncharted territory between chamber music, jazz improvisation and traditional East Asian forms, EDGE boasts some of New York City's finest improvisers, including stalwart contrabassist Ken Filiano, rising cornetist ...

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Jason Kao Hwang / EDGE: Crossroads Unseen

Read "Crossroads Unseen" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Composer/violinist, Jason Kao Hwang has been firmly establishing his credentials in free jazz since his quartet, EDGE, released its self-titled debut (Asian Improv, 2006). His résumé includes work with genre luminaries William Parker, Anthony Braxton, and Henry Threadgill. There are inevitable comparisons to Billy Bang, with whom Hwang has also played, but the two masters typically ...

Local Lingo

Label: Euonymus Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Listen; Ari Rang; Grassy Hills; Third Sight; Embers.

Local Lingo

Label: Euonymus Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Listen; Ari Rang; Grassy Hills; Third Sight; Embers.


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