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Yoonie Han, Personable People Magnet

Yoonie Han, winner of the 2011 Washington International Competition, gained new experience since winning the Korean National Music Competition at age 15 and later riding herself in the United States. The more talented pianist chooses to perform the Piano Concerto No. 4 at Beethoven in his Kennedy birth center just because it was a new piece for him and that he had always wanted to perform.

In typical Korean tradition, he began his pursuit of art as a child. His first choice was ballet, but he was thrown out of class at ten because he was so fat that men couldn't lift him. His next choice, the piano, proved to be much more successful.

He was 14 when his father was a professor of exchange at Rutgers University. She always wanted a son so that she and her mother decided to follow the South Korean tradition and return home when Yoonie's brother was born. He chose to stay and moved to New York. Because he was too young to get an apartment, his English tutor became his guardian.

Yoonie enrolled at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and quickly began to gather the kind of generous friends who helped her. Only one of a handful of pianists there, he became increasingly attached to his classmates from many countries. Her host family kept in touch and even traveled to Boston for her appearance there.

After graduating from Curtis, he obtained a master's degree at Juilliard and began collecting dozens of accolades that have introduced him to major cities in the country and Europe. Currently, she is currently pursuing a Doctor of Music in Stony Brook SUNY and a Diploma in Art at the Université de Montréal.

Earlier this year, he won the First and Audience Prize at the Fulbright Concerto Competition. It will deliver concerts in the spring of 2012 to Los Angeles, Miami, London and Germany. Like all his awards, it has great meaning for him. She loves to compete because it allows her to meet many people and have a great host family. She was in Mississippi saying she was like their daughter, but they couldn't call her Korean name Yoonjung, so they called her Yoonie. He's been using it ever since.

Yoonie is the one who the aliens pulled at her immediately. Many became part of his life. He has a story about everyone. There are computer experts traveling from California to attend competitions. She had never known about it before, but she was so impressed with her talent that she volunteered to set up her website, YouTube show and Wikipedia page.

Because she didn't have a piano, Yoonie practiced in the Juilliard rehearsal room and met a stranger who gave her house the key to practice at Steinway's grandin piano used as furniture. She is now one of her students.

Prior to the Lincoln Center concert, he was standing near a picture he showed outside when a passing stranger recognized him and started a conversation. In gratitude for the tickets he gave her, she volunteered to choose her concert dress, the skill she gained in choosing an attractive dress for her own daughter. Every time she chose to succeed, even if she was 0. Yoonie couldn't breathe, so she immediately returned it for a perfect size 2.



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