Hana Chang gave her first solo performance at the age seven with the New England Conservatory Baroque Chamber Orchestra and has recently appeared as a soloist with the Prague Radio Symphony, Czech Virtuosi, Hunan Symphony and Utah Symphony. She has performed at the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, Deer Valley Music Festival, Vevey Spring Classic Festival, Sion Festival, and International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, and is a laureate of the Yehudi Menuhin, Stuttgart, Stradivarius, and Prague Spring International Violin Competitions. Most recently, she was the youngest finalist and was awarded distinction at the Wieniawski International Violin Competition. Hana studies at the Kronberg Academy with Christian Tetzlaff, with the support of Nikolas Gruber-Patronat. She is also mentored by Ida Kavafian and Janine Jansen with whom she previously studied. Hana plays on a 1647 Nicolo Amati violin kindly on loan from the Rin Collection in Singapore.