Elizabeth Chang, violinist, has given solo recitals throughout the United States as well as in Europe and
South America. She has appeared as soloist with orchestras both in the U.S. and Europe and has given master
classes in China, Germany, Brazil, and at many institutions in the United States.
As a chamber musician she has collaborated with many of today's most prominent artists, including Bernard
Greenhouse, Paul Neubauer, Anne-Marie McDermott, Aaron Rosand and Robert White. A native New Yorker, Ms. Chang
studied in the Pre-College Division of the Juilliard School with Louise Behrend and Joseph Fuchs and at Harvard
University, where she was a student of Roman Totenberg, Leon Kirchner and Luise Vosgerchian. Upon graduating from
Harvard she continued her violin studies in Switzerland with Professor Max Rostal. Ms. Chang was the recipient of
the Presidential Scholar in the Arts Award and the Beebe Fellowship for Study Abroad awarded by New England
Ms. Chang enjoys a busy performing and teaching career. She has toured extensively and recorded with the
Orchestra of St. Luke's and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. She has appeared as a guest with the Perspectives
Ensemble, Ensemble Sospeso, Sequitir, the Walden Chamber Players, the Smith Chamber Players and many other
groups. Ms. Chang is Artistic Director and founding member of the Lighthouse Chamber Players, a chamber
music festival on Cape Cod.
She has been an Artist Faculty member at New York University and co-founded an intensive chamber
music workshop at NYU in the summer of 2002. She has been on the violin and viola faculties at the
Mason Gross School of the Arts in Rutgers University and is currently on the violin and viola faculties
of the Pre-College Division of the Juilliard School as well as on the violin faculty of The School for
Strings in New York, where she launched an intensive chamber music workshop in the summer of 2003. In the summers she is on the faculties of the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, the Sulzbach-Rosenau International Music Festival (Germany), and the Interharmony Music Festival.