Aissa Bah has a large repertoire gave a very successful "Début-recitals" in Finland and in Belgium with the entire "20 Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus" by Messiaen. Aissa Bah started her piano studies in Finland in 1986 and continued them later on in France i.a. with the Lithuanian pianist Muza Rubackyte. For professional studies she returned to Finland but studied also in Brussels and graduated from the Sibelius-Academy and the Brussels Conservatory simultaneously in 2003. Her professors were H-Y Liu-Tawaststjerna, Liisa Pohjola and Daniel Blumenthal.
As a member of the Trio Ardin Aissa Bah studied chamber music at the Hochschule fur Musik Köln in Germany with Harald Schoneweg (Cherubini Quartett) and the Alban Berg Quartet. She also plays in a duo regularly with the cellist Mikko Susitaival.Aissa Bah is a prize winner of the 1998 Nordic Piano Competition (Denmark), the 2001 Jyväskylä Piano Competition (Finland), the 2002 Tenuto Competition (Belgium) and the 2002 Nordic Piano Competition of Malmö (Sweden). Aissa Bah has participated twice in the Chopin Festival at La Châtre-Nohant in France. She has also performed as a soloist with the Strasbourg Youth Orchestra, the Town Orchestras of Joensuu, Kuopio and Jyväskylä (Finland) and the Flamish Radio Orchestra (Belgium) and given solo and chamber music recitals in Finland, France, Belgium, Germany, Poland and Sweden. Aissa Bah has a large repertoire and in 2006 she gave very successful "Début-recitals" in Finland and in Belgium with the entire "20 Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus" by Messiaen.