Han is a pianist, composer, harpsichordist, and visual artist. A musician for twenty-five years, he has performed as a soloist and with ensembles, written numerous works, taught extensively, adjudicated at music festivals, and expanded beyond classical music as an arranger and keyboardist.
At the piano, Han has performed major works such as Rachmaninoff’s First Piano Concerto (Symphony of the Kootenays, 2018), Prokofiev's Sixth Piano Sonata, and Bach's Goldberg Variations. He participated in the national CMC Stepping Stone, the CMC piano and harpsichord finals, and the RBC Concerto Competition. Locally he has performed with TimePoint Ensemble and Calgary ProArts. His recent recordings include Childhood Memories by D. Geoffrey Bell and Tchaikovsky's The Seasons.
Han's ensemble works include music for strings, bassoon, oboe, and piano. For Canada's 150th, he was one of eight Alberta composers commissioned by ARMTA to write pieces based on Canadian folk songs, with the works published by Palliser. As an arranger he has created classical and jazz pieces from popular, theatre, folk, and Christmas music.
In visual arts, Han has focused on crafts, painting, photography, and videography for businesses and weddings. Currently he is constructing a scale model of the Anne Frank House, which, upon completion, will be the most detailed ever miniature of the historical site.
Han's earliest music experience was from his father and from playing by ear. He began taking piano lessons and composing at age eight, and went on to receive degrees in piano performance and English literature from the University of Calgary (BMus; BA), and piano diplomas from the Royal Conservatory of Music (LRCM; ARCT). His teachers included Peter Turner, Vladimir Levtov, and Allan Gordon Bell. Outside of music and art, Han is a moviegoer, fiction writer, car enthusiast, and traveller.