"Jazz inspires the rebel in me," explains Los Angeles-based pianist Connie Han in her 2017 EPK. Though only 22-years-old, Connie plays with a compelling depth and sophistication that complements her youthful fire and tenacity. In May 2017 she was featured in Keyboard Magazine as a part of its Talent Scout Series. In June 2017, she performed at Rhodes Fest alongside Stanley Clarke and Bob James. In the same month, Connie was featured with her trio at the Montreal Jazz Festival, ranked by Guinness World Records as the largest jazz festival in the world. In early 2018, she was signed as a recording artist with Detroit-based jazz label Mack Avenue Records. In her time performing on the West Coast, Han has cut her teeth with major Jazz personalities such as Walter Smith III, Arturo Sandoval, Bob Sheppard and Mike Clark.
She lives by the wisdom of piano giant Mulgrew Miller who said, "Jazz is part progressive and part folk art." Her other influences include jazz icons Hank Jones, McCoy Tyner, and Kenny Kirkland to name a few.
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