He is passionate about enriching lives through music.

In 2010, Chang had the honor of playing at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony for Chinese human rights champion, activist, and writer Liu Xiaobo. He played the Chinese folk song “Jasmine Flower” and Elgar’s famous love song, “Salut d’Amour.”

As Chang stated in an interview, "An artist plays to educate, to entertain, to illuminate, but here, it's a much deeper purpose. We're trying to finish in music where words are left off."

  Chang, with Harvard College classmates Yo-Yo Ma and Richard Kogan, at a 2013 'Learning from Performers' event.

Chang, with Harvard College classmates Yo-Yo Ma and Richard Kogan, at a 2013 'Learning from Performers' event.

   As a member of Harvard University’s Board of Overseers, he helped set the direction of the world’s most prestigious university.

As a member of Harvard University’s Board of Overseers, he helped set the direction of the world’s most prestigious university.