Han is a classical pianist, composer, harpsichordist, and visual artist. A musician of over twenty years, his experience has included solo, chamber, and concerto performances, and he has written numerous instrumental works. He is currently a piano instructor at Mount Royal Conservatory, and he has also been an accompanist and festival adjudicator.

In 2018 Han was the soloist in the Symphony of the Kootenays' seasons-ending concerts, performing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 1. His repertoire includes major works from all eras, such as Beethoven's Sonatas Op. 53 and 57, Prokofiev's Sonata No. 6, and Bach's Goldberg Variations, which he performed during his undergraduate degree. Han participated in the national CMC Stepping Stone competition, the CMC Finals (piano and harpsichord), and the RBC Concerto Competition with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.

For Canada's 150th, Han was one of eight composers commissioned by the Alberta Registered Music Teachers Association (ARMTA) for pieces based on Canadian folk songs, with the works published by Palliser. His piece Adagio /Allegro/Piano/Bassoon was performed at the ARMTA Composer Showcase, and his Ballad Concerto for Cello and Piano has been heard in Toronto and Calgary. His music for piano includes Vignettes, Lullaby, and Piano Sonata. He has also done film scoring, as well as soundtrack work for his own video projects. 

As a visual artist, Han focuses on painting, miniature art, and photography. He is currently building an architecturally accurate model of the Anne Frank House, commenced for the 75th anniversary of Anne Frank's arrest. As a photographer he has focused on weddings.


Han studied piano with Peter Thomas Turner and Vladimir Levtov, and composition with Allan Gordon Bell. He graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Music in piano performance and a Bachelor of Arts in English, and received Licentiate and Associate piano diplomas from the Royal Conservatory of Music. 


Outside of music, art, and work, Han enjoys watching movies and hockey, travelling, antiquing, and talking about cars to whoever will listen. He has lived in Calgary since 1993.