David Chan


Appearances: Concertmaster, MET Orchestra; soloist, Moscow State Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Taiwan National Symphony, Aspen Chamber Symphony, and the San Diego, Indianapolis, Richmond, Springfield, and Northbrook symphonies
Concertos: Brahms Double Concerto, MET Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, conducted by James Levine; Gubaidulina’s In Tempus Praesens, MET Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, conducted by Fabio Luisi; Alban Berg’s Chamber Concerto for Piano, Violin, and 13 Winds, MET Chamber Ensemble, conducted by James Levine; tour of Japan, including Suntory Hall, Tokyo and Kitara Hall, Sapporo, conducted by Fabio Luisi; Paganini’s Concerto No. 2, Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall
Upcoming: Conducting, I’Orchestre Dijon Bourgogne, France; concerts in South America and Eastern Europe; inaugural season directing The Montclair Orchestra
Discography: A recital program, two Paganini concertos with the English Chamber Orchestra, violin/cello duos with Rafael Figueroa
Honors: Prize Winner, Tchaikovsky International Violin Competition; bronze medal and Josef Gingold prize, Indianapolis International Violin Competition
Festivals: Pacific Music Festival, 2008–present; Verbier Festival, 2007–08; Seattle Chamber Music Festival, 2002–present; La Jolla SummerFest, 2001–present
Positions: Concertmaster, MET Orchestra, 2000–present; Music Director, The Montclair Orchestra; faculty member, The Juilliard School since 2005, The Mannes School of Music since 2015; co-founder and artistic director, Musique et Vin au Clos Vougeot festival, France
Education: Harvard University, The Juilliard School

David Chan performed with The Orchestra Now on May 28, 2017.