Christopher Chang started violin at the age of 5 and viola at the age of 12. He won the Harrison Otis Apthorp Music Prize at Milton Academy; his string quartet placed third in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Association Junior Division. At New England Conservatory, he studied viola performance with Marcus Thompson and period practice with John Gibbons; at Harvard, he studied chamber music with Robert Levin and performed with Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble. In his senior year, he was the President of the Brattle Street Chamber Players, Harvard's first conductorless chamber orchestra.
Residing in New York since graduation, Christopher currently works at Google as a Technical Support Specialist. He is a member of Camerata Notturna, New York's premiere chamber orchestra for young working professionals; in Camerata, he works on the Development Committee to grow the organization through fundraising and new projects. In Summer 16', Christopher and the viola section of Camerata won the WQXR Moonlighters Competition; they performed at the Greene Space and Rubenstein Auditorium at Lincoln Center.