ShunFu Chang

Hailing from Taiwan, ShunFu Chang is recognized as a multi-faceted pianist, chamber musician and pedagogue. Mr. Chang has been a major prizewinner at several competitions including the National Taiwan Normal University Competition (2017), the Petrichor International Music Competition (2022), the TSO Young Talent Concerto Competition in Taiwan (2017) and the “Golden Classical Music Awards” International Competition (2019).

As a solo pianist, he performs widely and has appeared throughout many countries, including performances at New York’s Carnegie Recital Hall, Eckard College, University of South Florida, Hill Auditorium and Bard College at the United States, Centro Municipal Integrado de Gijón-sur and Colegiata de San Juan Bautista at Spain, and National Concert Hall, Monumental Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan. ShunFu also participated in renowned piano festivals including Gijón International Piano Festival (2018), Chautauqua Institute Piano Program (2020) and Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival (2022), all of his public performances during the festivals gained so much praise from the audience.

In 2023, ShunFu participated in the Blue Griffin Recording Project, for which he recorded and performed four preludes written by William Horne. The CD has already released and promoted internationally.

He has been influenced by his studies with renowned pianists and pedagogues including Alexander Gavrylyuk, Natalya Antonova, Christopher Harding, Roberto Plano, Jose Mendez, Stanislav Ioudenitch, Michael Lewin, Roberta Rust, Jerome Lowenthal, Ursula Oppens, Steven Spooner, Aquiles Delle Vigne, Konstantin Lifschitz, Lilya Zilberstein, Peter Serkin, Plamena Mangova, Boris Giltburg, Sasha Starcevich, András Schiff, Dang Thai Son, Yaron Kohlberg, Jon Nakamatsu, Boris Slutsky, Alexander Kobrin, Julian Martin, Dominique Weber, Douglas Humpherys, Jean Saulnier.

ShunFu earned his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 2023 from the University of Michigan, where he also completed his masters degree in piano performance. His principal teachers have been Logan Skelton (M.M. and DMA) and Lina Yeh (A.B.). He also worked with world-class pianist, Peter Serkin during his college studies and currently he works as a collaborative and staff pianist for the Strings Department at the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance.