Victoria Chiang is an artist-faculty member of the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University where she serves as coordinator of the viola department. Her most recent recording of the viola concertos of Stamitz and Hoffmeister was released for Naxos to critical acclaim. Her other recordings include Pleyel’s Sinfonia concertante also on Naxos as well as a recording of Shostakovich and Roslavets viola sonatas. Her career highlights include appearances with the National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Romanian State Philharmonics of Constantsa and Tirgu Muresh, the Duluth Superior Symphony, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, and the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, among many others.
Ms. Chiang has appeared as a guest artist with the Guarneri, Takács, Tokyo, American, Arianna, and Pro Arte string quartets and is a founding member of the internationally touring Aspen String Trio. Ms Chiang spends her summers at the Aspen Music Festival, as well as other music festivals, and teaches with Rebecca Albers at the McDuffie Center for Strings.