I look for empowerment, inclusivity, and joy through the power and gift of dance.
Flora Hyoin Kim Han joined the Conservatory in 2021 and is an assistant professor of dance specializing in ballet and modern dance.
Han is a Korean American choreographer, performer, and dance educator. She has presented her works at Harvard Kennedy School, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Onstage Dance Company Choreographer Residency Showcase, First Church in Cambridge, Korean Church of Boston, and Lotte Cinema World Towel in Seoul, South Korea.
She has performed and worked with companies and choreographers including Prometheus Dance, Lenora Lee Dance, Deborah Abel Dance Company, BeHeard.World, Korhan Basaran, Riley Watts, Hollis Bartlett, Nattie Trogdon, Lorraine Chapman, Jennifer Lin, and Urbanity Dance. Han received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2014. Additional dance education includes the Gaga Intensive in New York City, World Dance Alliance Global Summit in France, Dance Education Laboratory, Bates Dance Festival, Perry Mansfield School of Theater and Dance, Boston Ballet School, Kirov Academy of Ballet, and Walnut Hill School for the Arts.
Han currently teaches at Urbanity Dance, LINX Dance, Coastline Ballet Center, StyleMe Dance, as well as private lessons through Zoom. She was previously a faculty member at the Boston Ballet School.