Hyuna Park

Premiere DateJun 9, 2019
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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01:34 Bop Lives Greg Abate, Tim Ray Trio
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07:56 Her Morning Waltz Hyuna Park Trio
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14:22 The Jazz Hole with Linus Interview with Hyuna Park, Part I
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26:37 The Stars Fell On Seoul Hyuna Park Trio
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31:13 The Jazz Hole with Linus Interview with Hyuna Park, Part II
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39:11 Grandpa’s Clock Hyuna Park Trio
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45:51 Bushwick Stomp Rhythm Future Quartet
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50:11 Mod Solitude Arnt Arntzen
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55:18 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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56:48 Voodoo Pixie Arnt Arntzen
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58:51 Finish
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NYC-based, South Korean pianist and composer Hyuna Park talks about her trio debut album “Her Morning Waltz” on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Plus swingin’ music by Greg Abate and their brand new Whaling City Sound album “Gratitude: Stage Door Live @ The Z”, by The Rhythm Future Quartet and from vocalist, guitarist and banjo player Arnt Arntzen’s album “Banjo Hymn”.


Greg Abate with the Tim Ray Trio – Bop Lives
Album: Gratitude: Stage Door Live @ The Z
Greg Abate (as, bs), Tim Ray (p), John Lockwood (b) and Mark Walker (d)

Hyuna Park – “Her Morning Waltz”, “The Stars Fell On Seoul” & “Granpa’s Clock”
Album: Her Morning Waltz
Hyuna Park (p), Myles Sloniker (b) and Peter Traunmueller (d)

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Rhythm Future Quartet – Bushwick Stomp
Album: Travels
Jason Anick (violin), Olli Soikkeli (g, comp), Max O’Rourke (g) and Greg Loughman (b)

Arnt Arntzen – “Mod Solitude” & “Voodoo Pixie”
Album: Banjo Hymn
Arnt Arntzen (banjo, g, voc), Bonnie Northgraves (tp), Jennifer Hodge (b) and Andrew Millar (d)

Grammy-award winner Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and…

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