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“Delicate Powerhouse!They move on a cross between virtuosity and shamanism. Sita Chay, Kim Jihye and Sung Youjin appear on the stage like procession goddesses; descended from painted skies. Presumably in the combination is a laborante joy of experiment. The musicians give their art a healing effect. The Korean Mask Dance also experiences a veiled resurrection in the interplay of an already legendary ensemble before every beginning.” – Jamal Tuschick

“It was one of those unrepeatable experiences that you can only get when top musicians are improvising in collaboration with each other …a magical evening, in which the audience were taken on a serene trip through emotional highs and lows, astounded that two players could produce such a rich and varied musical experience. This is a duo I would unhesitatingly prioritise to listen to again, and I would urge you to go see them if you get the chance.” – Philip Gowman

Live music review: SaaWee at the Albany, Deptford

https://www.textland-online.de/index.php?article_id=1176

https://www.musiciansofbroadway.com/our-stories/sita-chay-violinist-grammy-winner-and-multi-dimensional-artist

https://www.immigrantreport.com/this-week/2019/saawee

http://unotes.hartford.edu/announcements/2018/10/2018-10-02-grammy-winner-back-on-campus-today-for-a-pop-up-performance.aspx

http://www.incheonilbo.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=922900#08hF

http://www.kyeongin.com/main/view.php?key=20181231010010149

http://www.breaknews.com/sub_read.html?uid=609344&section=sc11

http://goodstage.com/m/201901_v1/saawee.html?ckattempt=1