Warren Chang, President and founder of the Chinese Arts and Music Association resides in the greater Seattle area and is one of the foremost Er-Hu experts in the United States. He has performed extensively and has made numerous television and radio appearances both nationally and in China.
Mr. Chang is one of the most renown Erhu experts in the United States. He has traveled throughout country lecturing and performing to introduce and promote Chinese music to the American public. His incomparable determination and continuing efforts to introduce Chinese music to the Western world has gained a great deal of respect and admiration from both professional musicians and music lovers in general. In January 1995, Mr. Chang was invited by the Japanese producer to record the soundtrack for the epic movie "The Soong Sisters", with the original score by the famous contemporary composer, Kitaro. During the recordings, Mr. Chang was invited to play all the Erhu segments for the entire soundtrack. During the 1997 - 2017 music season, he has also performed with Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra, Cascade Symphony, Port Angeles Symphony, Seattle Symphony, and Whatcom Symphony Orchestra for his master Er-Hu concert pieces.