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Borah Han, a solo and collaborative pianist, has performed in recitals and masterclasses in Italy, Spain, Korea, and USA at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, Wharton Center, and Skirball Center. Orchestrally, her experience ranges from classical music and operas to soundtracks and musicals. She also served as a staff pianist for conducting, violin, cello, double bass, and brass classes. In addition to performing, she taught group keyboard classes and private lessons as an NYU Adjunct Faculty. She has a BM in Piano Performance from Michigan State University and a MM in Collaborative Piano from NYU where she studied with Anne-Marie McDermott, Jose Ramon Mendez, and Grant Wenaus. Ms. Han resides in NYC collaborating with instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers and spends her summers at Interlochen Arts Camp as a staff pianist. She is also a pianist in contemporary music ensembles, Echo Chamber and COMMAND-e. For more, check out www.borahhan.com.