So far Mandala Studios in New York City has issued a number of CDs with pianist Hsia-Jung Chang, and one CD with recordings from the 1960s with her mother Ho Lan.

"A native of Taiwan, Hsia-Jung Chang grew up listening to the rehearsals and performances of her singer-guitarist mother, Ho Lan, whose musical repertoire ranged from Taiwanese folk songs, flamenco, to her own transcriptions of Chopin. Chang has premiered and commissioned numerous works by composers in the United States and Scandinavia. She has been featured soloist on KUHT television, KAMU radio, Danish National radio, Taiwan radio and TV. Her recent concerts feature the bulk of Frédéric Chopin's piano solo works, including the complete sets of Ballades, Impromptus, Etudes, Preludes, and Scherzi.

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In addition to giving solo and chamber music concerts, Chang has been guest lecturer/performer at the Manhattan School of Music, Duke University, Prince George's Community College, College of the Mainland, Friends University, the Shengyang Music Conservatory, and Dong Bei University of China. She also performed with the Metropolitan Opera Guild Outreach, which introduced opera to children in schools of the greater New York area.
Chang received her Bachelors and Masters degree in Piano Performance from the University of Houston and her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Manhattan School of Music. Her piano teachers include Mary Toy, Nelita True, Ruth Tomfohrde, Abbey Simon, and Constance Keene.
She now resides in New York City."

Quote from Mandala Studio's site