Music Lesson Instructor
Violinist Sarah Kim began her musical studies at the age of three and has performed extensively throughout the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. As a resident artist at the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music from 2008-2013, Sarah performed internationally with the Apple Hill String Quartet, directed summer chamber music sessions, and taught master classes in universities such as UCLA, Colby College, Boston Conservatory, University of New Mexico, and the Royal Irish Academy of Music. Through Apple Hill's innovative Playing for Peace program, the Apple Hill String Quartet performed and taught chamber music workshops in major conflict areas of the world, including Israel/Palestine, Cyprus, and Ireland. Based in Kansas City from 2013-2017, Sarah enjoyed teaching a wide spectrum of students and received the 2015 Studio Teaching Award from the Missouri chapter of the American String Teachers Association. Sarah holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University, a Master of Music degree from the Yale School of Music, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University where her principal teachers included Pamela Frank, Phil Setzer, Peter Oundjian, Miriam Fried, and Josef Gingold. Sarah is currently a Resident Musician at Community MusicWorks in Providence, RI.