Ho Su Han is currently a lecturer at the UCSI Institute of Music where she also serves as the coordinator of chamber music ensemble. Su Han graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music, with a DMA in Collaborative Piano, as a student of Anita Pontremoli. A native of Johor, she previously obtained her BMus in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the Universiti Sains Malaysia, where she studied piano under Dr Jason Tye Kong Chiang. Subsequently, she continued her graduate studies at the University of Houston and graduated with the degree of MM in Collaborative Piano under the tutelage of Timothy Hester.
Su Han has participated in various music festivals, which include Brevard Music Center Summer Institute and Festival, Castleman Quartet Program, Texas Music Festival, and Zodiac Music Academy and Festival. In addition to her focus on collaborative piano and chamber music, her interest in new music has led her into numerous performances with AURA Contemporary Ensemble in Houston, CIM New Music Ensemble, as well as a summer spent as the pianist in Ars Futura, a Cleveland-based ensemble.
Piano Presenter for the Trinity College London (March 2021)
- A recording project that provides an overview of the 2021 syllabus' piano repertoire
- A series of piano-teaching videos, "Keys to Musical Playing: Exploring the Trinity Piano 2021 Pieces" were available for purchase on the Trinity College London Malaysia's website.
Member, MTNA (Music Teachers National Association)
Member, Zeta Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda