It has been often said that to listen to Goh Kurosawa is to force oneself to abandon any notion of category or genre. While it is true that he flows effortlessly between flamenco, jazz, rock, samba and even classical, it should not be said that Goh has not firmly planted his flag in the fabled land of jazz. It should not be mistaken that he is not a jazz player...
Classical and flamenco, with snippets of folk and rock, all
with a thoroughly Asian flavor...
Kirk Albrecht (Minor7th.com)
Goh exhibits a masterful use of dynamics ranging from
quiet melodic passages to biting, clashing controlled
prepare to have your highest expectations shattered!
Dave Edwards (Live Music Alliance)
Guitarist Goh gave a cavalcade of string versatility,
from nylon-string flamenco to Mahavishnuesque electric
These two would make a formidable concert package!
Kirk Silsbee (Downbeat Magazine)
An incredible player with a broad command of multiple
Michael Connolly (Empty Sea Studios)
A performance that one would not want to miss - this guy is
Jack Miller (Antelope Valley Guitar Society)
Whatever the guitar wanted to be, you found!
Cheri (Fan Message)
A complete success!
Brett Callwood (Acoustic Magazine)
Sharp Three is a treasure of diverse musical influences
unique orchestral arrangements that provide a deeply
colorful sound experience...
one of the best musical trios I've heard in quite some time!
John Coia (Drum.com)
Sharp Three is at times pretty complex and cerebral but
also surprisingly has raw and
live qualities that we don't usually expect from this musical
Sharp Three can be listened to repeatedly and you'll still
likely hear something new or identify an unknown voice you
couldn't place before.
Lorelei Clarke (Jazz Review)
Barry Cleveland (Guitar Player Magazine)
Sharp Three blends musical styles from around the globe
to create a unique sound!
Julia Gaines (Percussive Notes)
Willing to teach
Los Angeles Area
West Coast, East Coast, Taiwan, and Japan