Yule Han(b.1994) is a composer based in New York City, exploring unique conceptualizations of a sonic world that confronts what is perceived as conventions. Her music draws inspiration from various domains such as acoustics, psychoacoustics, science, and nature.
Upcoming presentations include a solo violin piece written for Miranda Cuckson, on Nov.18 2022 at Tenri, NYC. Another piece of hers will be performed at the CUNY Graduate Center with Tacet(i) Ensemble in November.
Her music was performed in several cities around the US and Germany such as in Boston, Michigan, Weimar, and Magdeburg.
She graduated with the Carl Kanter Prize for Orchestral Composition (May 2022), and has received the Jan Williams Award for Composition/Contemporary Performance Collaboration (May 2021).
Yule is currently studying composition with Jeff Nichols. She has studied with Reiko Füting, Gregory Spears, Kamala Sankaram, and Laura Kaminsky for composition; Carmit Zori for violin.