Hanna Noh is a highly skilled and multifaceted pianist and composer with a unique artistic style. She studied Classical Piano in Korea and Germany. She is also a 2016 graduate of Berklee College of Music in the United States with a Professional Degree in Piano Performance and Magna Cum Laude honors. She is a raw natural talent who didn’t rely on her gifts but has continued to hone the art, and master all there is to know in music.
Hanna is currently the top jazz musician mentored by Danilo Pérez, Terri Lyne Carrington, John Patitucci, George Garzone, and Joe Lovano.
Noh possesses a blend of melody and rhythm, passion and emotion; in a symphony of sounds, she plays with a calm and charisma of a goddess in a heavenly orchestra, a natural; gifted, and unique. She plays Classical Jazz, Latin jazz, World, Gospel, and original music.
Her spontaneous imagination and sheer creativity inspire awe in the hearts of many people the world over. The dexterity of her craft in music is beyond expressible words. As a reward for her talent, she got a full-tuition scholarship into Berklee College of music's program where she is studying for a Master of Music in Contemporary Performance with a global jazz concentration at Berklee Global Jazz Institute.
Noh possesses a blend of melody and rhythm, passion and emotion; in a symphony of sounds, she plays with a calm and charisma of a goddess in a heavenly orchestra, a natural; gifted, and unique. She fuses classical, jazz, world, and Asian influences into deeply personal original music.
Noh also has substantial experience in world music. She’s played world pop as part of the Rhythm of the Universe show at Boston Commons. She held down the keyboard spot for Master Guo, a concert piece that mixed Chinese woodwinds with Western classical music. This was part of the World Music Concert held by MIT’s Music and Theater Arts Department. She has also worked with Hong Kong TV on a documentary about Yahzi Guo and with Korean broadcasting companies like MBC, SBS, KBS, and Mnet. Noh is also a passionate teacher and freely shares her knowledge with people who’ve not had the opportunities to learn music that she’s had.
Noh credits her ultimate motivation to her relationship with God, who has held her close and opened countless doors for her on this musical journey. She dreams of touring the world and collaborating with other artists in His name. She has already been compared to Emil Gilels, Michel Camilo, and Hiromi Uehara and displays the talent, skill, and vision needed to establish herself as one of the finest musicians anywhere. Hanna Noh is one of today’s most vital emerging artists and has dedicated herself to the creation of music’s future. Anyone who cares about that future needs to discover her work today.