Violinist Wei-yu Chang has established at a very young age a reputation as a versatile soloist, chamber and orchestral musician. He is the second prize winner of the 2007 Concerto Competition in the Fu-Jen Catholic University, the first prize winner of the 2010 Taipei Music Competition and the 2008 National Student String Quartet Competition. Mr. Chang has performed as soloist with the Fu-Jen Symphony Orchestra in Keelung, Taiwan.


An active musician, Mr. Chang has toured and performed extensively in Vienna, Germany, Italy, China, Thailand, United State, Taiwan, and Slovenia. He has attended music festivals such as the Classical Beat Music Festival (2017), Eutin Music Festival (2016), Killington Chamber Music Festival (2013), Cambridge Music Festival (2014) and Bled Music Festival (2005). He studied with Ben Sayevich, Daniel Andai, M. Fishenschlager, Veronique Mathieu, and Irina Muresanu.

Wei-yu Chang began his life as a violinist at the age of ten with pedagogy violinist Dun-Hua Hsiao in Taipei. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in violin performance from Fu-Jen Catholic University, his Master of Music degree at the Boston Conservatory with Irina Muresanu, and is currently studying his Doctoral of Musical Art degree at the University of Kansas with Veronique Mathieu. He has performed in masterclasses for renowned musicians such as Joseph Silverstein, Nicolas Dautricourt, Daniel Andai, David Kim, Levon Chilingirian, the Dover Quartet, the Emerson Quartet, the Boston Trio, and the Borromeo Quartet.