With a career of pianist, collaborator, and composer, Canadian musician Shawn Chang has created an international career of distinction. His original compositions have been premiered by the Chromatic Voice Exchange, the Novello String Ensemble, the aTonal Hits Duo, and the Gateshead Cello Trio, to name a few. Mr. Chang’s recent piano arrangement of the Dutch folk song, “tulpen uit Amsterdam,” received critical acclaim at the Prinsjesdagconcert in The Hague. As a solo pianist, he has given recitals in numerous venues in the US, Canada, and Taiwan (where he was born), including the Carnegie Weill Hall and the Taipei National Music Hall. In 2018 Mr. Chang collaborated with the Orchestra of The Bronx as a soloist in a performance of J.S. Bach's Keyboard Concerto. Recent positions as a collaborative pianist include rehearsal pianist for such opera companies as The Bronx Opera, The Garden State Opera, and OperaRox. Mr. Chang is the recipient of the 2018 Brown Loranger Fellowship at SongFest in Los Angeles. Future planned appearances include a chamber music concert at the Haitian Music Society in Montreal, Canada. Mr. Chang holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Peabody Conservatory. His main teachers were Boris Zarankin, Ireneus Zuk, Benjamin Pasternack, Thomas Sauer, and Noam Sivan (composition) www.shawnchangcomposer.com.