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Jeong Hwan Park

Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Jeong Hwan Park is a bassist, composer, and educator based in New York City. Since he moved to New York City to attend New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in 2011, Jeong has been performing and recording extensively with many talented young musicians in New York City as well as some of notable legendary jazz musicians such as Billy Drummond, Kenny Werner, Alan Broadbent and Rich Perry. He has been playing at some of New York CIty’s hottest clubs including Blue Note Jazz Club, Zinc Bar, 55 Bar, Bar Next Door, Cleopatra's Needle, BonaFide, Jackson's Room, and many others

Sound of Bronze

Label: JPbassandmusic
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1.Sound of Bronze 2. A Letter from the North 3.Blues for GD 4.Cringe Moments 5.Ultimo fin de Semana 6. Maldivia 7. Entreat 8. Oracion (for Mother)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

World Jazz Quintet: Live At QPAC Theatre

Read "Live At QPAC Theatre" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Although all the members of the World Jazz Quintet are New York-based, the group's name does evoke the global palette of its music. Led by pianist Francis Hon—who, on his trio outing Before Dawn (2018), worked within pop and classical idioms in addition to conventional jazz—the World Jazz Quintet incorporates traditional Asian folk musics and a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeong Hwan Park: Sound of Bronze

Read "Sound of Bronze" reviewed by Troy Dostert

A debut recording which belies the youth of its leader, Sound of Bronze is the handiwork of Jeong Hwan Park, a bassist on the rise who has assembled some fine talent and terrific compositions on this promising quartet album. Bouyed by the presence of veteran tenor saxophonist Rich Perry, Park and his colleagues specialize in music ...

Before Dawn

Label: Francis Hon Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Little B’s Poem; Blue Moon; Momentarily; Before Dawn; Morning Star; While We’re Young; Stranger in Moscow

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Francis Hon: Before Dawn

Read "Before Dawn" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Taiwanese pianist Francis Hon didn't plan on becoming a jazz musician. But, during his doctoral studies in piano performance at the University of Texas, he met Jeff Hellmer, Director of Jazz Studies at the university, and that connection initiated Hon's pathway into the world of jazz--one he further explored during an eventual move to New York ...

Live At QPAC Theatre

Label: Francis Hon Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Astor Place; Spring Breeze 望春風; Soul Shadows; Ultimo fin de Samana; One's Way Back 귀로; Memory Games; Little Niles

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Julphan Tilapornputt: Regards To You II

Read "Regards To You II" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Originally from Thailand, jazz guitarist Julphan Tilapornputt studied guitar performance at the Berklee College of Music and earned his Master's Degree in Jazz Studies at NYU's Steinhardt school. Currently residing in New York City, Tilapornputt regularly leads performances in New York, Boston and Thailand. Combining an interesting mix of influences: jazz, classical, folk, Taiwanese Music and ...


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