Hey Rim Jeon
Pianist | Composer | Educator
Hey Rim's new album "Groovitude" is soon-to-be released!
Stay tuned for more information!
"Hey Rim's new album "Groovitude" features Grammy-winning drummer Terri Lyne Carrington and other esteemed Berklee faculty members! "Groovitude" consists of 9 songs, including her arrangements of jazz standards and original compositions. Stay tuned for her upcoming CD Release party in New York, Seoul and Boston!"
Hey Rim recently joined the Award-Winning Band, Certain Treble Entertainment (CTE), as a main keyboardist. CTE is a Boston based band providing live entertainment for weddings, corporate functions and other social events in the greater New England & New York areas. Please visit her Shows to find out her upcoming performances!
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Hey Rim is now Marquis Who's Who 2021 Listee!
"The Marquis Who's Who Publications Board certifies that Hey Rim Jeon, Pianist, Composer, Composer has approved as a subject of biographical record in Who's Who in America inclusion in which is limited to individuals who possess professional integrity, demonstrate outstanding achievement in their respective fields and have made innumerable contributions to society as a whole."- Erica Lee, President (www.marquiswhoswho.com)
"Berklee Jazz Standards for Solo Piano" (Hel Leonard/ Berklee Press) receives Amazon 4-star-reviews!
“What an innovative way to introduce a variety of realistic and captivating jazz essentials! The selected songs cover a wide range of styles. They both inspire and enable pianists who are seeking ways to develop their playing melodically, harmonically, or rhythmically in a clear, concise manner. And best of all, they are fun to play! I highly recommend it.”
—Professor Joanne Brackeen, Pianist, Berklee College of Music
“An extremely useful collection of piano arrangements for any aspiring jazz pianist! Not only do they show techniques for Berklee pianists in levels 1–4, but they also reveal different aspects, styles, and textures for anyone interested in solo jazz piano.”
—Bob Winter, Professor of Piano at Berklee College of Music; Pianist at the Boston Pops Orchestra