Connie Han is a promising piano voice with a depth and maturity beyond her years. Her drive and creative energy are part of the puzzle. Expect only the best from Connie, for years to come." Such are the words of veteran Jazz giant Vincent Herring. Ms. Han hit the ground running early on, having lead her own trio in local Jazz clubs since she was 17-years-old. With her unshakable work ethic and passion for the art form, there is no doubt that her career will continue to flourish.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California — the 20-year-old pianist attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts majoring in both Classical and Jazz piano. After receiving full scholarships to attend New England Conservatory and UCLA's Herb Alpert School of Music, Connie decided against the college experience in exchange for the daily grind of a professional musician. She lives by the philosophy that "Jazz is part progressive and part folk art." Ms. Han's influences include Jazz greats such as Mulgrew Miller, Hank Jones, Erroll Garner, McCoy Tyner, and Kenny Kirkland to name a few.
She has performed/toured with Walter Smith III, Bob Sheppard, Grace Kelly, Antonio Hart, Monica Mancini, Bob Mintzer, Bobby Militello, and many other artists in the greater Los Angeles area.