Pei-lun Vicky Chang was born in Taiwan. She earned her bachelor degree in piano at Fu-Jen Catholic University in Taipei, her master's in Organ at Manhattan School of Music, and a doctorate in Organ Performance at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, Ohio. She is currently the music director of the Festival Chorus as well as the music director/organist at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lancaster, New York. Dr. Chang has received many scholarships from schools and summer festivals. She also has been honored with several awards including the Bronson Ragan award in organ, the Norman Stanley Smith award in piano pedagogue and the second prize of Strader Organ Competition in 1993. She has performed extensively as a recitalist and gave the first performance in Taiwan of Rheinberger's Organ Concerto No.1. Her first solo recital in Beijing was broadcast in China nationally. She is also known as an accompanist who has worked with orchestra and various chamber groups including the Empire Brass Quintet. Dr. Chang began to compose when she was in her teens. In addition, she has dedicated herself to choir directing since 1988 and successfully established her reputation as a talented and enthusiastic director. Her book and performance CD entitled "The Organ in Taiwan and It's Influence" was published in Taiwan in 2004. Her Organ Composition "Suite for Organ" was published by Wayne Leopold Editions in April, 2006. "Suite for Organ" was performed at the National Conferences of American Guild of Organists (AGO) and Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO).