An active collaborative pianist, Dr. Jooyeon Chang has worked in Korea, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, Italy, Luxemburg, and the USA. The diversity in her collaborative experience has broadened her knowledge of musical repertoire and provided her with opportunities to learn, coach, and collaborate with a vast catalogue of solo, chamber, and ensemble repertoire.
She has performed with world-renowned brass musicians such tuba greats as Oystein Baadsvik, Roland Szentpali, Thomas Lulu, and as euphonium players including Steven Mead, Anthony Caillet, and Bastien Baumet. Dr. Chang has been invited to perform at universities throughout the United States, including University of Arkansas, University of Central Arkansas, Duquesne University, Sam Houston State University, Texas A&M International University, and others. She has been regularly performing with her duo partners Sarah Hetrick (Duo Oenomel) and Hsin-Hsuan Lin (The Piano Duo Lin and Chang) to meet wide range of audiences.
For many years, Dr. Chang serves as the official staff pianist for the Jeju International Wind Ensemble Festival, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris and a guest accompanist of Musique de Armée de l'Air de Paris. She also served the 2012 ITEC (International Tuba Euphonium Conference) in Linz, Austria and the Clarinet Fest 2023, Colorado, USA.
Her previous appointments include those at the SungShin Women's University, Chung-Ang University, and Seoul Jangsin University. She currently serves on faculty at Colorado State University where she teaches piano classes and performs with students, faculty, and guest artists.
Doctor of Musical Arts in Collaborative Piano, University of Texas at Austin