Upcoming shows

Dan Loomis: Jobs Trials

Tomorrow night at 8:00pm, I’m performing Dan Loomis’ Jobs Trials at Ibeam in Brooklyn. This music is based on the bible’s Book of Job. There are great musicians performing alongside with me. A wonderful singer out on the scene from Korea, Songyi Jeon, great guitarist, Jeff Miles, Nathan Ellman-Bell on drums (where did this guy come from? Awesome!), the all… Read more →

Shows To Check Out Before 2014 Ends!

We are coming into our last two weeks of 2014 (holy crap!) There are some great performances that I highly recommend you all to go see. Wednesday, December 17, 2014 8:30pm Jesse Stacken‘s Helleborus CD Release Concert Jesse Stacken – piano and compositions Tony Malaby – saxophone Sean Conly – bass Tom Rainey – drums Cornelia Street Café 29 Cornelia… Read more →

Jazz For The Family This Sunday

My monthly performance at my neighborhood cafe is happening this Sunday at 4:00pm. Lark Cafe is a bright space where families can come and enjoy lunch, brunch, coffee, beer, donuts, ice cream and pie all while listening to yours truly and my friends, Elena Camerin on voice and Khabu Young on baritone guitar (not sure what a baritone guitar is,… Read more →

Show at Seeds in Brooklyn

I am playing a show at the intimate music series Seeds in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn on Wednesday, April 25th at 8:30pm. I will be performing with a young Swiss bassist, Fabien Iannone and great ukulele/guitarist, Khabu Doug Young. Should be awesome. Hope to see some folks there. The Seeds series is located at 617 Vanderbilt Ave in Brooklyn. Read more →

Performing Monk Tonight

This is day three for my residency at Array Music with pianist Jacob Sacks. Jacob just completed two nights of solo piano performing all Thelonious Monk tunes. We complete Monk’s repertoire tonight. The audiences have been wonderful and Toronto has been great. Anyone in Toronto, come on down to Array! Details: Wednesday, October 21 8:00pm The Music of Monk Jacob… Read more →

Shades of Jazz on Noir

This Sunday at Barbes my voice will be on a multimedia performance that will include live improvised music, film and lighting. The film is by Ana Isabel Ordonez and the musicians will be Herb Robertson, Dave Ballou and Matt Darriau. I recorded my voice a few months ago and I have no idea what the final product is. I’ve never… Read more →

This Week’s Preview

So I’ve decided to write about shows that I intend to see and/or if I can’t make them, I highly recommend you checking them out. Monday, April 14th Eivind Opsvik Overseas with Tony Malaby, Jacob Sacks, Kenny Wolleson at Knitting Factory Tap Bar 8 pm $13 If you haven’t checked this band out, you should really go. Eivind’s compositions are… Read more →

Come To The Stone Tonight

So tonight I will be heading to The Stone to hear Jacob Sacks and Eivind Opsvik play with Mat Maneri and Billy Mintz. If you haven’t had a chance to hear this band I highly recommend it. The music are all original compositions written by Jacob or Eivind and it’s loose and unpredictable (definitely my kind of thing). Jacob and… Read more →

The E-String Band At Biscuit BBQ

Hello! Well I’m super excited to say that The E-String Band will be performing the early show at Biscuit BBQ this Friday, May 18th. For anyone who doesn’t know about E-String it is one of the most fun musical endeavours that I’ve put together. It features Jacob Sacks on melodica and harmophone, Khabu Doug Young on ukulele, Vinnie Sperrazza on… Read more →

The Raposo Project

Tonight I will be doing the Joe Raposo Project at the Brecht Forum in New York City. This will be my debut performance at this venue so I’m pretty psyched. Here are the details: Friday, December 22, 9pm (one set only) The Raposo Project (the music of Joe Raposo) Yoon Sun Choi – voice Jacob Sacks – piano Vinnie Sperrazza… Read more →

I Forgot!

I realized that I haven’t been talking about my shows and I just plain forget to do that (sorry). I do have a show tonight and I’m really excited to play with these friends of mine because they are killin’! Yoon’s E-String Band yours truly on voice and toy piano (yup, a little toy piano) Jacob Sacks – melodica Khabu… Read more →