Linda May Han Oh

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    Saxophonist Nubya Garcia performs at the 2018 Melbourne Jazz Festival, one of many large-scale events pivoting online because of the pandemic.

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    Linda May Han Oh and Fabian Almazan have used the Crowdcast platform to livestream performances from their home in New York.

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    Romain Collin took this photo from a cabin in Iceland, where the pianist stayed for weeks during the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Saxophonist Walter Smith III (foreground) and guitarist Matthew Stevens have recorded a new album, In Common 2.

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    Saxophonist Noah Preminger said that the “U.S. government did nothing to help” him return home from Morocco.

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    Over the course of his career, Pat Metheny has edged closer to the orchestral vision reflected on his latest release, From This Place.

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    Whether riffing on his latest album, his dynastic jazz family, his formative experiences in Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, his teaching experiences, his interest in science or his love of sports, Branford Marsalis speaks his truth.

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    Rudy Royston leads his own uniquely assembled ensembles, and it’s pretty likely that you’ve heard his drumming on recordings by folks like Dave Douglas and Linda May Han Oh.

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    Bassist and bandleader Linda May Han Oh calls Aventurine her most ambitious compositional work to date.

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    Pianist Fabian Almazan’s This Land Abounds With Life is set for release June 14 on his own Biophilia imprint.

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    Johnathan Blake takes musical cues from his late father, John Blake Jr., a violinist who performed with McCoy Tyner and Archie Shepp.

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    Janning Trumann 6 performs at jazzahead!, a festival and trade fair in Bremen, Germany, which ran April 25-28.

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    Bassist Linda May Han Oh earned honors in two categories in the 24th annual Jazz Journalists Association Jazz Awards.

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    For jazzahead! Overseas Night on April 27, U.S.-based bassist Linda May Han Oh is set to lead an ensemble that includes pianist Fabian Almazan, drummer Rudy Royston and saxophonist Greg Ward.

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    Melissa Aldana performs with Artemis on Sunday, Aug. 4 on the Fort Stage at the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island.

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    Ethan Iverson performs at Umbria Jazz in Perugia, Italy, which ran July 13-22.

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    BOP Trio, which comprises bassist Linda May Han Oh (from left), drummer Johnathan Blake and saxophonist Chris Potter, recently played Giant Step Arts’ opening event, a two-night run at Manhattan’s Jazz Gallery.

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    Drummer Johnathan Blake will lead a trio during Giant Step Arts’ kick-off events, which are scheduled for Sunday and Monday at the Jazz Gallery in New York.

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    Linda May Han Oh released the album Walk Against Wind on Biophilia Records on April 14.

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    Linda May Han Oh onstage at the 2017 Monterey Jazz Festival, held Sept. 15–17 in California.

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    Linda May Han Oh will release Walk Against Wind on Biophilia Records on April 14.


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