“Music isn’t only about the sound, but the flow of emotions through the time.”
Since he gave his first recital in the age of 13, Kane Chang decided to make music his lifelong career. In 2009, he moved to Melbourne from China and continued to learn piano with Glenn Riddle. In 2019, Kane completed a Bachelor of Music with Honours at the University of Melbourne, and in 2021, commenced training at the Australian National Academy of Music with Timothy Young.
As a performer, Kane has performed for radio and online broadcasts across Australia, China, and Hong Kong. The highlight of his early career was performing Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto with the New Goldberg Orchestra in 2016. He has also performed in masterclasses with reknowned pianists including Dan Shaoyi, Daniel Herscovitch, Alexandre Dossin, Julie Haskell, and Konstantin Shamray.
FROM: Melbourne, VIC. Lands of the Kulin Nation.
Photo by Pia Johnson