Chang, Clive (cc4264)

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Chang, Clive

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Clive Chang is Chief of Staff & Innovation for Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. He rejoined the organization’s executive leadership team in 2020 to serve as the president’s chief advisor, oversee the executive office, and lead initiatives devoted to re-imagining how Lincoln Center advances its artistic, educational, and civic missions in a rapidly changing, highly digital and hyperconnected world. Mr. Chang had previously served as Special Assistant to the President (2011-2012) and Director, Strategy & Business Development (2012-2014).

From 2014 to 2020, Mr. Chang was Director, Strategy & Business Development for Disney Theatrical Group, where he led strategic planning and growth initiatives for Disney’s commercial live entertainment businesses worldwide. During his tenure, Mr. Chang established Disney’s wildly successful new stage-to-screen business, including the digital captures of NEWSIES (2016) and ALADDIN (2019).

A lifelong musician, Mr. Chang is active in the community as a pianist and music director for concerts, cabarets, special events, professional training programs, and developmental readings and productions. His original compositions include chamber music and full-length musicals that have been performed in the U.S., Canada, and U.K.

Mr. Chang holds a Bachelor of Music (Hon. Composition, Piano) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance, Global Strategy) from McGill University, a Master of Fine Arts in Musical Theater Writing from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, and a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.


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