Classical Piano Concert with Yejin Han

June 13, 2020 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Friends of Maple Grove Online Event
Friends of Maple Grove
Classical Piano Concert with Yejin Han @ Friends of Maple Grove Online Event

Join Friends of Maple Grove for an afternoon of beautiful classical pieces with pianist Yejin Han. Please come back a bit before concert time for the link to the concert on the Friends of Maple Grove facebook page at
and on our YouTube channel.
Our concert is dedicated to:
James Thomas Grace (16 Mar 1927 – 14 Aug 1999)
Deacon at St. Benedict Labre in Richmond Hill and resident of Richmond Hill And his son Peter Grace (d. 1995)
About the Artist:
Yejin Han is born in South Korea, and showed her musical talent at young age by winning piano competitions and playing solo and chamber music concerts. As an emerging artist, she was featured as a soloist to perform with several orchestras including Brevard Summer Festival Orchestra, Colorado Summer Festival Orchestra, and Louisiana State University Symphony Orchestra, however, she shifted her focus from public performance to helping others to achieve their goals and her students frequently perform at prestigious venues, such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center as winners from the piano competitions. She has been appointed as a Chairperson of Regional World Piano Competition for Youth Division in the late 2000 as well as a frequent adjudicator for music competitions.
After almost 20 yrs of long hiatus from playing piano, her passion brought her back to the stage once again and she has given several solo recitals in yr 2019 and has appeared as a soloist with Association of Classical Musicians and Artist Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in November 2019 and she is scheduled to give more solo recitals in 2020. She firmly believes everyone deserve the second chance and we should live our dreams regardless our ages.
Ms. Han has studied Artist Diploma at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, has earned her Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance from Louisiana State University, and has earned her Bachelor of Music Degree from Chung Ang University in South Korea. Her teachers and advisors include Seymore Bernstein, James Tocco, and Michael Gurt.
Our concert is made possible through the generosity of the members of Friends of Maple Grove, The Maple Grove Cemetery Association, The Office of Queens Borough President, The Josephine Foundation and The Brownson Family Fund.


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