Victoaria Chang

Victoria Chang, piano, percussion

Teaching Statement
At the age of 5, I started playing the piano. The happy memories of attending classes, playing music games and learning new pieces shaped my life-long love for music. I hope to recreate the same experience for all my students. Private music lessons should be fun and challenging at the same time. My goal is to help every student to build a solid music foundation and to expressive their creativity through music. 

Teaching Bio
Victoria Chang received her Master's Degree in Music from The Mannes College in NYC. She was then awarded a full scholarship to attend the prestigious DMA program at SUNY Stony Brook, studying percussion with Ray DesRoches. She studied Contemporary Music and focused on solo performance. In 2003, Victoria received a full scholarship to study at The Boston Conservatory. Victoria has been teaching both piano and percussion since the age of 18. She is experienced with teaching privately and in group-settings for both instruments. From 2005 to 2012 Victoria directed band for over 12 Catholic Schools in the metro Boston area. She is a piano accompanist for ballet classes at José Mateo Ballet School. Victoria joined South Shore Conservatory in 2013 to teach piano and percussion.

Performance Bio
During college years, Victoria Chang was a percussion freelancer for many major orchestras in Taiwan. She was also the Principle Percussionist of Taiwan Wind Ensemble until 1997. At Mannes College, Victoria won the second prize in the Mannes Community Orchestra Concerto Competition. She was awarded the highest honor for outstanding performance at the commencement ceremony. At Stony Brook, Victoria was the first marimba player to win the Concerto Competition and gave her concerto debut. She was an active member for the Contemporary Chamber Group. In 2005, she was invited to play a concerto with CYCNY at Lincoln Center. Victoria Chang has been performing since the age of 8 in Asia and the US. She recorded two marimba albums for Aircraft Music Library in 2007 and 2008. Victoria joined South Shore Conservatory in 2013.