Yes, it is! won silver prize from Global Music Awards 2021

Yes, it is! won Silver medal prize (Outstanding Achievement) In 3 different categories from Global Music Awards 2021 which are composition prize, composer prize and emerging artist.


New issue January 1, 2021 on article from "Jazz Life" Magazine, Tokyo Japan

New issue January 1, 2021 on article from recent "JazzLife" magazine, Tokyo Japan. A fabulous review from Kazune  Hayata on my debut album “Yes, it is Introducing Win Pongsakorn”


Translate In English:

As soon as I started the CD, a glossy and clear trumpet pops out, and my spirits soar. This is the first album by Win Pongsakorn, an up-and-coming trumpeter born in Bangkok in 1991. He studied under trumpet master Jim Rotondi at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz in Austria, and after performing with Randy Brecker, Sheila Jordan, and many other artists, his debut album is full of youthfulness and the aromatic scent of mainstream jazz. The original compositions with a touch of Cedar Walton are also a joy to listen to.


"Yes, it is! Introducing Win Pongsakorn appeared on top 100 JazzWeek chart 2020!

Beginning 2021 with a great news!

"Yes, it is! Introducing Win Pongsakorn" appeared on top 100 JazzWeek chart of 2020.

Happy New Year to you all!

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Album review with Concerto magazine (Austria)

On November 2020 issue of Concerto magazine (Austria)

Debut album "Yes, It is! Introducing Win Pongsakorn" got 3 and half stars from Concerto with a positive review from Schu.


Outstanding Jazz soloist winning

In June 2020, Win Pongsakorn has won Downbeat Student Music Awards 2020 in categories Jazz soloist Graduate Outstanding Performance.

Magazine issue on June 2020.

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Yes,it is! hits JazzWeek for 14 weeks!

His debut album Yes,it is! Introducing Win Pongsakorn was appear JazzWeek on top 50 for 14 weeks. The highest was 30 and still appeared now on top 100.


A Neon Jazz Interview with Thailand-born Jazz Trumpeter Win Pongsakorn

A Neon Jazz Interview with Thailand-born Jazz Trumpeter Win Pongsakorn.
Interviewer by Joe Domino talking about his debut album and influences about his path.

3 Stars and half review from All About Jazz

Yes, it is! got three stars review from All About Jazz reviewer by Jack Bowers.
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Interview with Win Pongsakorn: Just need the soul and let it work by itself

Interview talked about his early life and music career until present day.
Interviewer by Simon Sargsyan.
Photo Credit : Reithofer Media