Born in 2002, Hana Chang gave her first solo performance at the age of 7 with the NEC Baroque Chamber Orchestra and has recently appeared as a soloist with orchestras including the Prague Radio Symphony, Philharmonie Baden-Baden, Czech Virtuosi, National Theater Orchestra (Prague), Hunan Symphony, Utah Symphony, Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, Jenaer Philharmonie, and Poznań Philharmonic.
She has performed at the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, St. Wenceslas International Music Festival, Smetana Litomyšl National Festival, Deer Valley Music Festival, Mladá Praha International Music Festival, Vevey Spring Classic Festival, Sion Festival, and International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, among others, and is a laureate of the Yehudi Menuhin, Stuttgart, Stradivarius, Louis Spohr, Prague Spring, and Beethoven Hradec International Violin Competitions. Most recently, she was the youngest finalist in the 16th Henryk Wieniawski International Violin Competition and was awarded distinction.
Hana is currently studying with Christian Tetzlaff at Kronberg Academy. These studies are funded by the Nikolas Gruber-Patronat. She continues to be mentored by Janine Jansen and Ida Kavafian, with whom she previously studied.
She plays on a 1647 Nicolo Amati violin, kindly on loan from the Rin Collection in Singapore.