Samantha Chang FTCL FLCM PGDip LRAM ARCT Performer & Teacher RMT
Mark Camilleri, Samantha Chang, Jon Maharaj, and Mark Inneo
Samantha Chang, Wang Shan, Roy Cheng, Allegro Singers, Tsinghua Alumni Performing Arts Group, Music Lovers from Ottawa, Ontario Cross-Cultural Music Society Choir, and Ontario Cross-Cultural Music Society Youth Symphony Orchestra

"a young and resourceful artist with a strong personal commitment to the flute"

The WholeNote Magazine


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Samantha Chang

Samantha ChangHailed by The WholeNote Magazine for her “lyricism, resourcefulness, and strong personal commitment to the flute”, Canadian flutist Samantha Chang is a musical tour de force and rising young artist. Her mandate to perform, teach, and create opportunities for aspiring flutists is nothing short of astonishing.

Samantha released her debut album, “Flute Sketches” in March 2009, and subsequently toured Canada, the UK, China, and Taiwan, wrapping up with a concert in Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, New York. In April 2011, Ms. Chang drew a full house to Koerner Hall, celebrating the release of her second album “Sentimentale”.

Along with her performance schedule, Samantha is committed to several arts organizations devoted to furthering young talent and fundraisers for charities in the community. In 2009, she created Samantha Chang Productions Inc., a company dedicated to promoting music development and education in Canada. Samantha frequently visits schools as workshop instructor for young flute students, and as the executive director of the Canadian Flute Association, she coordinated the first Canadian Flute Convention, with the second convention taking place at the University of St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto in 2015.

Devoted to the repertoire, Ms. Chang founded Yikewen International, a publishing company focusing on rare flute sheet music. Samantha is also conductor of the Ontario Cross-Cultural Music Society Youth Symphony Orchestra (OCMS-YSO) and the Chinese Artists Society of Toronto Youth Orchestra (CASTYO) Flute Choir, assistant conductor of CASTYO, competition manager of the Toronto International Piano Competition and CCC Toronto Piano Competition, and regional representative for Di Zhao Flutes.

Samantha Chang is a Fellow of the Trinity College London and Fellow of the London College of Music. She received her Postgraduate Diploma and Licentiate at the Royal Academy of Music in London (England) and Associate performance and teaching diplomas from the Royal Conservatory of Toronto (Canada). She is currently a research assistant and MA student at the University of Toronto specializing in Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art history. In her spare time, Samantha enjoys reading, following the World Cup, and speaks English, French, Mandarin, understands Taiwanese, and “mumbles through Latin, Italian, German, Cantonese, and Japanese”.

Samantha Chang plays on a Muramatsu Platinum Clad Flute, DN Model Flute, and Alto Flute. 

About Samantha

Flutist, conductor, musical tour de force
Hailed by The WholeNote Magazine for her “lyricism, resourcefulness, and strong personal commitment to the flute”, Canadian flutist Samantha Chang is a musical tour de force and rising young artist. Her mandate to perform, teach, and create opportunities for aspiring flutists is nothing short of astonishing.

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Saturday, January 31, 2015 7:00 PM
UTChinese 2015 New Year Concert at Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON) 

Monday, February 9, 2015 12:15 PM
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Thursday, June 18 to Sunday, 21, 2015
The 2015 Canadian Flute Convention, taking place at the University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto, strives to present and showcase Canadian flutists and rising international artists to our local community via recitals, workshops, lectures, movement classes, masterclasses, and reading sessions.

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