Rexa Han was born in Dalian, China. As a child prodigy she made her hometown debut at the age of five. During her teenage years she won important national competitions and played throughout China to enormous acclaim. She attended the Central Conservatory in Beijing and came to the United States with a full scholarship and stipend to the Manhattan School of Music. She graduated with the highest honors, wining the President's Award as well as the coveted Munz scholarship. As a concert pianist she made her debut at Carnegie Hall, and recently played at the Grace Rainey Rogers auditorium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. In July 2011, she performed music of Liszt for his 200th anniversary at the prestigious International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York. She performed in concerts in Europe, Asia and the United States. Ms Han has also appeared frequently on radio stations such as WWFM.org and WFMT.com in Chicago, and on Chinese Television. In 2011 Rexa Han won first prize in the 62nd Kosciuszko Chopin Competition in New York City. Her CD " A Tribute To The Piano" will be released in early 2012.
Ms. Han lives in New York City.