Orders taken before 5pm are generally shipped within the same business day.To buy last minute Sarah Chang tickets, check out the e Tickets that can be downloaded instantly.After that, she embarked on a small-scale series of recitals and educational events for rural and underserved populations in the United States.Chang plays a 1717 Guarneri del Gesù; reluctant to expose it to hot lights, she uses a cheap but attractive stand-in violin for publicity photos.A handful of Sarah Chang's most beloved tour albums and songs are displayed below.After 23 years since the release of 'Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto' and making a huge effect in the industry, fans consistently gather to see Sarah Chang appear live to play tracks from the entire catalog. Check out the Sarah Chang schedule above and press the ticket button to view our big selection of tickets.Initial features and reviews focused on the incongruity of such technical virtuosity coming from a cute little girl, and coverage during her teen years was similarly half awed, half patronizing.
In the meantime, take a look at other Classical performances coming up by Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, The Music Of U2, and Trio Solisti. Sarah Chang appeared on the Classical scene with the appearance of the album 'Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto' released on March 16, 1993. Since then, Sarah Chang released the most beloved album 'Debut' which is comprised of some of the most listened to tracks from the Sarah Chang discography.
'Debut' features the track 'Concert Fantasy on Carmen: Allegro Moderato' which has proven to be the most requested for music lovers to see during the shows.
In addition to 'Concert Fantasy on Carmen: Allegro Moderato', many of other tracks from 'Debut' have also become well-known as a result.
At age 8, after only two years of study at Juilliard during which she still regarded playing the violin as a hobby, she auditioned for conductors Zubin Mehta and Riccardo Muti and bowled them over.
She made her professional debut in 1988 performing Paganini's Violin Concerto No. Soon she found herself playing Paganini, Tchaikovsky, and Sibelius concertos with the world's greatest orchestras, with an EMI recording contract tucked into her frock.