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Yuhan Su

In many ways, Yuhan Su represents the voice of the new generation of jazz musicians. Though she is firmly rooted in jazz tradition, her music is innovative, emotional, cerebral and most importantly, always lyrical. Her compositions and improvisations are uniquely hers, marked with an amalgamation of complexity, intensity and emotional resonance. And though she is capable of blistering technique, she always maintains a sense of melodic lyricism and wonder in her playing. "It's been a pretty wild music journey. From learning J.S. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Robert Schuman..'s music by playing piano, and getting highly inspired by Ravel, Debussy, Bela Bartok by studying composition, until my percussion study in the university and graduate school, John Cage, Steve Reich, Iannis Xenakis, Keiko Abe, Minoru Miki..

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Article: Interview

Yuhan Su: Sun-Chaser On Vibraphone

Read "Yuhan Su: Sun-Chaser On Vibraphone" reviewed by Jiaowei Hu


Five thousand years ago, the giant Kuafu set out from the East in an impossible pursuit of the Sun. In his endless chase, says the Chinese classic Shan Hai Jing, he swallowed up all the waters of the Yellow and Wei Rivers, yet even these were insufficient to quench Kuafu's thirst. Ultimately, legend has it, Kuafu ...

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Article: Album Review

Yuhan Su: City Animals

Read "City Animals" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Dopo aver pubblicato due dischi con l'etichetta Inner Circle Music di Greg Osby (Flying Alone, 2013 e A Room of One's Own, 2015) la giovane vibrafonista taiwanese presenta un lavoro ancor più interessante a capo del suo quintetto con Matt Holman alla tromba, Alex LoRe al sax contralto, Petros Klampanis al contrabbasso e Nathan Ellman-Bell alla ...

Album

City Animals

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Y El Coche Se Murió; Viaje; Feet Dance; Poncho Song; City Animals; Kuafu (I. Rising); Kuafu (II. Starry, Starry Night); Kuafu (III. Parallel Chasing); Tutu & D; Party 2 A.M.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Stefon Harris & Joe Locke: Vibes Away!

Read "Stefon Harris & Joe Locke: Vibes Away!" reviewed by Doug Collette


Within the realm of modern jazz, the vibraphone has long enticed unusually imaginative musicians to explore the possibilities of the instrument. Milt Jackson, Bobby Hutcherson and Gary Burton have essentially reinvented the vibes for successive generations, while Warren Wolf and Yuhan Su, among others, continue to reconfigure its appeal to entice contemporary audiences. Respective studio works ...

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Video

Feet Dance

Featuring the music of Yuhan Su
Duration: 6:49

Feet Dance is a composition inspired by movements. This video features dancer Lucia Jackson and Yuhan Su Quintet with Alex LoRe on saxophone, Matt Holman on Trumpet, Petros Klampanis on Bass, Nathan Ellman-Bell on drums and Yuhan Su on Vibraphone. The film is directed by photographer Adrien H. Tillmann. Feet Dance will be included in Yuhan's upcoming 3rd album City Animals.
Album

A Room of One's Own

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Amulet; Valedīcere I; Valedīcere II; Valedīcere III; No 13 Waltz; All Kinds of Dreams; I Do Not Always Understand What You Say. What Is, Is By It's Nature On Display I; I Do Not Always Understand What You Say. What Is, Is By It's Nature On Display II; Painter's Mind; Freezing Point; Anti-Hunger Song.

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Article: Album Review

Yuhan Su: A Room of One's Own

Read "A Room of One's Own" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Continuity and progress are the watchwords for A Room of One's Own (Inner Circle Music, 2015), Yuhan Su's follow-up to Flying Alone (Inner Circle Music, 2013), her impressive debut for Greg Osby's label. New York-based Taiwanese vibraphonist Su's debut announced a melodic composer of nuance and sensitivity and a soloist of some style. A Room of ...

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Article: Album Review

Yuhan Su: A Room of One's Own

Read "A Room of One's Own" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Vibraphonist/composer Yuhan Su says she wrote most of the songs on her second album in tiny piano practice rooms where she spent a great deal of time teaching. That's one part of the meaning of the album title. A Room of One's Own also refers to the Virginia Woolf essay of the same name, which explores ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Inner Circle Music: Creativity and Community Spirit

Read "Inner Circle Music: Creativity and Community Spirit" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


The music industry today is defined by a strange paradox: there are too few labels and too many. On the one hand, the major labels have merged and sign less jazz artists, meaning the dream of a company with plenty of promotional muscles becomes harder to achieve. On the other hand, more and more musicians have ...


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