Warren Chang is the founder and President of the Chinese Arts and Music Association, as well as the Music Director of the Seattle Chinese Orchestra. He is a foremost erhu artist who shares his significant talent with audiences around the United States, even appearing on national television on Johnny Carson’s “The Tonight Show”. He has toured public school systems within the state of Washington to demonstrate and introduce ancient Chinese musical instruments. He brought his children’s fare, “A Touch of the Orient”, to Wolf Trap where he participated in the International Children’s Festival in Washington DC. Warren has appeared a number of times with various American symphonies, combining the sound of the erhu with Western sounds in symphonic music. His incomparable determination and continuing efforts to introduce the sounds of ancient China in music has earned him great respect from both the professional world of music and lovers of music in general.