Jinhee Han – short bio
Award-winner musician, Jinhee Han, started composing in her late teens, Influenced by Asian culture, her religious Christian upbringing and various generations of musicians. Han’s promising musical gift earned her full-time scholarships for both her bachelor and masters studies and graduated with honor at HanYang University in Seoul, Korea. She also studied with Dr.Cuckson who was a composition formal teacher, and earned Professional Study Diploma in Music Composition as a scholarship recipient from The New School, Mannes College, May. 2015.
Throughout her career, Han has composed pieces for concert music, which includes for shakuhachi, Harp, piano trio, string quartet, chamber ensembles, choir, orchestra, and Christian contemporary. And, she has had several original concert works premiere in her hometown of Seoul, Korea, Tel-Aviv in Israel, Ukraine, London, Canada, Texas, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York.
Recently, She has been selected for Emerging Composer’s workshop by Groundswell, and her pieces have been programmed for Music festivals such as Vox Faminae 3rd Edition, Musica per Archi, Women Composers Festival of Hartford, and The Half Moon Project in NYC. In her most recent notable project, she serves as Founder/Director for Asian Woman Composers Association NYC(awcanyc.com), where she collaborates with a variety of talented musicians and alumni of the New School.
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