A laureate of a number of competitions, Hana Chang has received First Prize within the Stradivarius Worldwide Violin Competitors, Second Prize within the Louis Spohr Worldwide Competitors and Beethoven Hradec Worldwide Violin Competitors, Third Prize within the Prague Spring Worldwide Violin Competitors, and the Silver Medal on the Fischoff Nationwide Chamber Music Competitors.
In 2021, she was awarded the Third Prize and Mozart Prize on the Yehudi Menuhin Worldwide Violin Competitors. In that very same 12 months, she was awarded Second Prize and the Particular Prize for the very best interpretation of the commissioned work by Ohad Ben-Ari on the inaugural Stuttgart Worldwide Violin Competitors.
She has appeared as a soloist with orchestras together with the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony, Philharmonie Baden-Baden, Czech Virtuosi, Nationwide Theater Orchestra (Prague), Hunan Symphony, and Utah Symphony.
Hana has carried out in quite a few festivals together with the St. Wenceslas Music Pageant and the Smetana Litomyšl Nationwide Pageant within the Czech Republic, the Deer Valley Music Pageant and the Rockport Chamber Music Pageant in the USA, and the Younger Prague Worldwide Music Pageant, each within the Czech Republic and in Japan.
Most just lately, she carried out on the inaugural Vevey Spring Basic Pageant along with inspiring musicians together with Daniel Müller-Schott, Janine Jansen, Nils Mönkemeyer, and Francesco Piemontesi.
A former pupil of Ida Kavafian on the Curtis Institute of Music, she is at present learning with Janine Jansen on the Haute École de Musique Valais-Wallis. She is going to start her research with Christian Tetzlaff on the Kronberg Academy within the fall.
Hana performs on a 1647 Nicolo Amati violin kindly on mortgage from the Rin Assortment in Singapore and a superb Giovanni Battista Guadagnini violin kindly loaned by a beneficiant patron via J & A Beare and the Beare’s Worldwide Violin Society because the prize of the inaugural Stuttgart Worldwide Violin Competitors.