TeRra Han began playing the kayageum, or 12-string zither, as a child in Korea. In addition, Ms. Han is trained in Asian zither traditions including the Japanese koto and the Chinese jaeng. She has performed internationally in countries such as South Korea, Japan, China, the United States, and France. Ms. Han is the first kayageum player to be named as the recipient of the Asian Cultural Council’s Blanchette Rockefeller Fund. She has released more than 10 solo albums and in 2016, Ms. Han was admitted as a voting member of the Grammy Awards of The Recording Academy in the US.