Pianist Maryann Han started playing piano and violin at the age of five and since then has studied with Kathleen Panek, Keiko Sato, Mana Tokuno, and Victor Rosenbaum. She has attended the International Keyboard Institute and Festival in NYC, where she had access to internationally renowned pianists and pedagogues, and played in masterclasses for Jeffrey Swann, Gabriele Leporatti, Gesa Luecker, Emmanuel Krasovsky, Nina Tichman, Alexander Kobrin, Steven Mayer, and José Ramos Santana. An active accompanist and chamber musician since fifteen, she holds a passion for playing with other musicians and spreading the joy of music to all ages.
Under the guidance of Victor Rosenbaum, Maryann graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music with a BM in piano performance. She enjoyed the privilege of having many talented musicians with whom to play music and has also performed in both solo and chamber settings on the Jordan Hall stage. She holds advanced certification to teach the Suzuki method on violin and piano, having worked with renowned pedagogues Joan Kryzywicki, Colleen Fitzgerald, Allen Lieb, and Joanne Martin. Maryann hopes to help her students understand and gain the joy of music through listening, playing and performing, and welcomes all levels of musicianship to her studio.