When you study violin at CIM, you’ll be prepared to excel as a musician. It starts with your weekly private lessons with our world-class faculty. You’ll get extra exposure to great performers with master classes conducted by international guest artists.
Then you’ll take the stage to perform in solo recitals, chamber ensembles, orchestra and new music ensembles. Prepare for professional auditions through our specialized violin repertoire classes. Each violin studio offers a competitive and supportive environment -- with a high level of musicality as well as friendships that last well into your professional career. Violin graduate students can choose to pursue a Masters of Music in Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy, learn more about the program.