Elizabeth Chang, violinist, has established a multifaceted career as performer, teacher, and arts administrator. She has given solo recitals throughout the United States as well is in Europe and South America and she has appeared as soloist with orchestras both in the US and in Europe. She is currently a faculty member of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the Pre-College Division of the Juilliard School. She has taught master classes in France, Germany, Brazil, China, and in many institutions in the United States.

A native New Yorker, Ms. Chang studied in the Pre-College Division of the Juilliard School with Louise Behrend and Joseph Fuchs. She then attended 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 Conservatory.

Ms. Chang is Artistic Director and founding member of the Lighthouse Chamber Players, a chamber music festival on Cape Cod. She has appeared as a guest with the Perspectives Ensemble, Ensemble Sospeso, Sequitir, the Walden Chamber Players, and the Smith Chamber Players, among many other groups. She has performed, recorded, and toured extensively with the Orchestra of St. Luke's and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. both in this country and abroad. In recent summers she has participated in the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, the Vianden International Music Festival, the Interharmony Festival, the Aria International Music Festival, and in 2012 she co-founded a new chamber music series in Burgundy, France.

Ms. Chang has been an Artist Faculty member of New York University and the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She co-founded the NYU Intensive Quartet Workshop in the summer of 2002 and founded and directed The School for Strings Intensive Chamber Music Workshop from 2003-2007. She is also co-organizer of the Five College New Music Festival and the UMass Bach Festival.