Australian-American pianist Hannah Sun is a soloist, chamber musician, teacher, and composer connecting with diverse audiences through interdisciplinary forms. She is currently Adjunct Professor at Stetson University, teaching Functional Keyboard and Applied Piano. She also serves as Collaborative Pianist, rehearsing and performing extensively with the university’s Concert Choir, Choral Union, individual students, and faculty. Ms. Sun has concertized throughout Australia, China, France, Japan, Poland, Russia, and across the United States. She has appeared as soloist with The Manhattan Chamber Players, Orchestra of Southern Utah, and Corda Spirita Chamber Orchestra in Queensland, Australia. She has garnered top prizes from the New York International Piano Competition, National YoungArts Foundation, and Kosciuszko Foundation’s Chopin Piano Competition. Ms. Sun has led interactive workshops at the Kneisel Hall-Blue Hill: Together in Music community outreach program, Li Song Piano School in Dongguan, China, and at correctional facilities through Shining Light Ministries. Ms. Sun earned her Master and Bachelor of Music degrees at The Juilliard School, where she studied with Jerome Lowenthal and Seymour Lipkin.