Support All About Jazz

All About Jazz needs your help and we have a deal. Pay $20 and we'll hide those six pesky Google ads that appear on every page, plus this box and the slideout box on the right for a full year! You'll also fund website expansion.

I want to help

Yayoi Ikawa

Pianist and composer Yayoi Ikawa, originally from Tokyo, Japan, has been living and working in New York City for a decade. Her trio and quartet was featured on a historic nation- wide Japanese radio program Session 2008 as well as on the leading Internet radio station

Yayoi expressed her sincere feeling for her roots in Japan and Asia by integrating Japanese Folk melodies into her liberating performance style on her pieces “Motherland” and “Folk Song.”

Yayoi also dedicated the composition “Peace Requiem” to a Japanese journalist killed in Myanmar 2007 and “Dear Asia” to the tragic earthquake happened in Sumatera 2004.

Read more

6 Photos


Color of Dreams
Color of Dreams
Self Produced


Premium Profiles

Tony Adamo Tony Adamo
Ken Field Ken Field
sax, alto
Stu Harrison Stu Harrison
Anton Schwartz Anton Schwartz
sax, tenor
Pat Metheny Pat Metheny
Rob Reddy Rob Reddy
Chris Abelen Chris Abelen
Jon Dreyer Jon Dreyer
bass, acoustic
Tommy Smith Tommy Smith
sax, tenor
William Mentz William Mentz
Norman David Norman David
Ferit Odman Ferit Odman

New Service For Musicians!

Boost your visibility at All About Jazz and drive traffic to your website with Premium Musician Profile.