Minton’s Saturday August 27th

Posted by: Linda Oh on August 25, 2016 @ 3:23 pm
Filed under: Past Shows

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I’ll be playing at a wonderful spot in Harlem this Saturday with some of my dear friends and fellow musicians. Hope you can make it!



Linda Oh Sun Pictures Thursday April 28th

Posted by: Linda Oh on April 23, 2016 @ 10:30 am
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It’s been a little while since I’ve been back at the Jazz Gallery with my own band – I’m excited to be playing with these stellar people – Ben Wendel, Matthew Stevens and Dan Weiss.

We’ll be a playing some recently recorded material, hope to see you there!



Linda Oh at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola March 11th

Posted by: Linda Oh on January 28, 2016 @ 6:30 am
Filed under: Gigs

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Buy Tickets here!


Posted by: Linda Oh on January 27, 2016 @ 8:15 pm
Filed under: Artist Thoughts

Here’s the first official release of Sound Prints led by Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas with myself, Lawrence Fields on piano and Joey Baron on drums.

It features a two pieces composed for us by the great Wayne Shorter – “To Sail Beyond the Sunset” and “Destination Unknown.”


“The defining trait of Sound Prints,” wrote Nate Chinen in The New York Times in a 2012 review of their engagement at the Village Vanguard, “is the tangled crosstalk of its front line: an urbane, on-the-fly counterpoint brimming with crooked urgency, like a choice bit of dialogue in a David Mamet play.” Chinen added that “Mr. Lovano and Mr. Douglas are two of the leading figures in jazz, with separate histories and only a few points of past intersection… Given that Mr. Shorter is a living totem for both of these bandleaders, it made sense that they would rekindle that tribute, on their own time and in their own fashion.”

More info aqui:

Jazz and Colors at the Met Museum

Posted by: Linda Oh on February 3, 2015 @ 4:04 am
Filed under: Past Shows



Here’s a pic from our set at the Jazz and Colors Series at the Met Museum. The series was reviewed here by the NY times: