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New York composer and singer Soo Han announces debut single, "I Don't Want You Anyway"

Press release   •   Mar 23, 2015 14:00 EDT

Los Angeles, CA — Soo Han is an exceptionally talented musician. With an extensive education from Walnut Hill Arts School, New England Conservatory, and New York University (Master's) in musical studies, composition, and contemporary voice, she is a talented composer and singer. A classically trained musician, her new single, "I Don't Want You Anyway," is a contemporary pop-influenced song that beautifully highlights Soo's voice. The new single is available on iTunes at http://buff.ly/19ApEVm


Co-written by Soo Han and Sarah Goldfeather, "I Don't Want You Anyway," features a mixture of musical elements that gives the track its uniqueness. Soo's voice genuinely presents her ability to capture the audience with the music she creates. Also an experienced music director and music coordinator, Soo has directed musicals such as "Enchanted by a Spell" along with other theater productions. The triple threat musician started playing piano at the age of six and writing music at the age of thirteen.

Collaborating with accomplished artists like Gabrielle Goodman and Maria Rindenello-Parker, Soo Han has graced venues like the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Boston Public Library. In 2012 she won NEC Contemporary Ensemble Competition with her piece Hexahedron and was played in Jordan Hall. Her music was performed in Composers' Concert at Walnut Hill School and Tuesday Night New Music, Contemporary Ensemble Concert at NEC, and Longy School of Music's Pickman Hall.

Soo Han's talents are credited not only by her education and experience, but also by the educators who have helped craft her skills. Paul Chihara Distinguished Emeritus Professor, UCLA Artist Faculty, NYU:
"Soo Han is one of the most talented and creative compositional talents I have ever had the privilege of teaching. Ms. Han is a triple threat: a concert composer, a popular songwriter of great lyric passion, and a dance composer with bounce and verve."

John Heiss New England Conservatory Faculty in Composition, Chamber Music, Flute, Music Theory, Music History, and Director of the NEC Contemporary Ensemble:
"Her (Soo's) pieces seem to sparkle with shades of light and dark, and impetuous energy and uncanny sense of form. She is one of our strongest composers both in craft and expression. She is also, by the way, hard working, perceptive and very reliable."

This year she worked with choreographer, Berit Ahlgren, and wrote contemporary dance music that was performed in Jewish Community Center in Manhattan. She also wrote music for the musical theatre, Enchanted by a Spell (2014-2015), with her colleagues from NYU. She directed it and had a successful premiere in NYU Blackbox Theatre which reached full house during the performances.

About Soo Han
Soo Han is a young musician, composer, and singer who is conquering the artistic world of classical music. With the longevity of education in all things music, she has collaborated with influential artists. Beginning her craft at the young age of six — Soo Han has made her mark on the composing and film scene. She is a force in the creative process of bringing music to life, and she is just getting started. Her new single, "I Don't Want You Anyway," is a contemporary pop-influenced song that beautifully highlights Soo's voice, and love for creating new music. The new single is now available on iTunes.

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