Daniel Chong

Grammy Award-winning violinist Daniel Chong has concertised extensively throughout the world as soloist and chamber musician. Since 2002, as the founding first violinist of the Parker Quartet, he has garnered wide recognition for his performances in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Library of Congress, Musikverein, Concertgebouw, and Wigmore Hall.  The quartet is currently the Blodgett Quartet-in-Residence at Harvard University where they serve on the faculty of the Department of Music.

Chong has performed at major music festivals including the Marlboro Music Festival, Mostly
Mozart, Yellow Barn Music Festival, Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival; and has given masterclasses internationally, having taught for El Sistema in Venezuela and held down teaching and performance residencies at the University of Minnesota and University of South Carolina. Major artists he has collaborated with include David Soyer, Kim Kashkashian, Shai Wosner, Roger Tapping, and members of the Cleveland and Tokyo Quartets.