Vincent Heng-Chen Chao(趙恆振)
Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Maryland-College Park
Professor Vincent Heng-Chen Chao is currently Assistant Professor of Violin at the Department of the NCYU. An outstanding violinist of national renown, Dr. Chao has given recitals and chamber music performances at venues such as the Library of Congress, Kennedy Center of Washington D.C.; Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall of NYC, and National Concert and Recital Halls of Taipei. Prior to his return to Taiwan, he has served as the Associate Concertmaster of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and Concertmaster of the Maryland Chamber Orchestra in the USA.
A specialist in chamber music and orchestral performance, Dr. Chao was invited and performed in many world-leading festivals such as the Tanglewood, National Orchestral Institute, Blossom Festivals of the USA, Pacific Music Festival of Japan, and Schleswig-Holstein Festival of Germany.
Dr. Chao received his training mostly in the USA. His principal teachers include some of the greatest artists of our time such as Daniel Heifetz, James Buswell, Arnold Steinhardt, Michael Tree, and John Daley of the Guarneri Quartet, Pinchas Zukerman, Prof. Michael Davis and Dr. Tyrone Greive, etc., leading to the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Maryland-College Park.
Violin、Chamber Music、 String Literature