Nineteen-year-old cellist Nathan Chan made his musical debut at the age of three years old, conducting the San Jose Chamber Orchestra on a set of variations by Mozart. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras including the San Francisco Symphony, The Royal Philharmonic (London), Northern Sinfonia (UK), Albany Symphony, Marin Symphony, and the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, among others. He made a Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 12, recorded with the legendary singer Roberta Flack at age 13, and at age 15, released a CD of the live World Premiere performance of the Quadruple Concerto – ‘Velesslavitsa’ by Alexander Prior on the European label, Toccata Classics. He was featured in the Peabody Award winning HBO Television documentary, "Music In Me", the Grammy Award winning radio show, "From The Top" and was one of the featured artists of the acclaimed 3-part British Television documentary, “The World’s Greatest Musical Prodigies”. Nathan was most recently named a 2012 Davidson Fellow. Nathan currently attends the Columbia University-Juilliard School Exchange program and studies with Richard Aaron.
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