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Theodore Arm, violinTheodore Arm, violin - Audiences throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan have responded with warmth and excitement to the artistry of violinist Theodore Arm. He has appeared as soloist, recitalist and has been guest artist with such well known organizations as the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The Group for Contemporary Music and Bargemusic Ltd. Mr. Arm has been a member of TASHI since 1976 and has performed with Lukas Foss, Chick Corea and Gary Burton among others. He has had works written for him, most recently a violin concerto by Allan Leichtling and a suite for violin and piano by David Schiff. 

Mr. Arm, who performs on an Andreas Guarneri violin dated 1652, is a favorite of summer chamber music festival audiences. This past season, he performed with Chamber Music Northwest in Portland, Oregon, Music from Angel Fire in New Mexico, the "Bravo" Festival in Vail, Colorado, and taught and performed at the renowned Kneisel Hall Chamber Music School of Blue Hill, Maine. 

In 1992 he returned to Japan to take part in performances and chamber music coaching at the Moon Beach Festival in Okinawa and Tokyo with artists from Europe and Asia. Mr. Arm has recorded for RCA, Delos, Musical Heritage Society and ECM. He can be heard on the University of Connecticut recording project in a work by Sidney Hodkinson with Paul Phillips conducting the UConn Orchestra. He is a professor of violin at the University of Connecticut. Mr. Arm holds a doctorate in performance from the Juilliard School, where he studied with Christine Dethier and Joseph Fuchs. 

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