My Awarded Projects
BLURRED ORIGINS: REDEFINING CULTURE THROUGH MUSIC
A new work for cello and piano that redefines cultural identity through the individual's experienceCreated By: Chelsea de Souza
Irène HanBaltimore, MD
Cellist Irène Han is a dedicated chamber musician, passionate about performing a wide array of styles. As a soloist and a chamber musician she has performed at Musique en Graves, Musique à Hourtin, Festival de Musique a Flaine, Sowebo Arts and Music Festival, Festival ils Prennent la Place, Evolution Contemporary Music series, the NEXT festival of emerging artists, Banff Festival and the Young Artist Development Series in El Paso, TX. Irene was an associate member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago for the 2018-2019 season.
She is a co-founder of the Bergamot Quartet, a string quartet dedicated to the performances of living composers.
Raised in Paris, France, she holds prizes from the Bellan Competition, the Fontainebleau Competition, as well as a unanimous first prize from the CRR of Paris, a Degré de Perfectionnement from the CRR of Lyon, a Bachelor of Music from the Manhattan School of Music and a Masters Degree from the Peabody Institute of Music where she was awarded the Israel Dorman Memorial Award in strings and the Grace Clagett Ranney Prize in chamber music.
Stabat Mater for Violoncello and 6 pre-recorded violoncellos (2019)- Carlos Bandera
Stabat Mater for violoncello and six spatialized, pre-recorded violoncellos, explores the text of the Stabat Mater, particularly its use of perspective.
Performed by Irène Han, Recorded in Baltimore.
Drift into light- Jordan Chase
Written for and performed by Bergamot Quartet: Ledah Finck, Sarah Thomas, Amy Tan and Irene Han