Pianist Borah Han recently performed at the Symphony Space, Wharton Center, and Skirball Center. In 2009, she appeared as a soloist with the Michigan State University Philharmonic. As an avid orchestral keyboardist, Ms. Han’s experience ranges from classical music and operas to contemporary musicals and movie soundtracks. Currently, she is the principle pianist for the NYU orchestras. As an active collaborative pianist, she received masterclasses and coaching from Shanghai Quartet, Paul Roczek, Dmitri Berlinsky, and Marion Feldman.
Ms. Han specializes in violin-clarinet-piano repertoire as a part of Red Cedar Trio, who took first prize among performing groups at the University Research and Arts Forum in 2009. They also
had the privilege of working with the reknowned leader of the genre, Verdehr Trio. She recently finished her master’s degree at NYU, studying with Jose Ramon Mendez and Anne-Marie McDermott, and taught
as an Adjunct Professor for group keyboard classes and private lessons to NYU undergraduate students.