Sarah Kim, Violin
Sarah Kim began her musical studies at the age of three, and has performed extensively in Europe and the United States. She has been a soloist with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Guildhall String Ensemble, and the Samara Philharmonic in Russia. As a chamber musician, she performs with Camerata New England, ande has performed at the Wigmore Hall in London, and in numerous festivals, including the Yellow Barn Chamber Music Festival, the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the Taos School of Music, and the Takacs String Quartet Seminar. She has received degrees from Indiana University and the Yale School of Music. Her principal teachers have included Josef Gingold, Miriam Fried, Peter Oundjian, and David Takeno. She began her association with Apple Hill as a summer faculty coach in 2003, is now second violinist of the Apple Hill String Quartet, and has been an Artist in Residence at Apple Hill since 2007. She is the music director and instructor for the Nelson Strings program, a collaborative educational program between Apple Hill and the Nelson School.