Connected to the great Russian violin school of Leopold Auer and Raphael Bronstein, Michael Ludwig serves as Adjunct Professor of Music (Violin) at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University and Artist-in-Residence Professor of Violin at Montclair State University's John J. Cali School of Music. He is highly sought after for private instruction, master classes, and chamber music coaching. Michael studied violin with his father, Irving Ludwig, who was a violinist in the Philadelphia Orchestra and Music Director of the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra. Michael Ludwig's deep commitment as a violin pedagogue has been shaped by his studies with his father, as well as his studies with two of the great violin pedagogues of the 20th century, Josef Gingold and Raphael Bronstein. He has led master classes at the Frost School of Music, the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, the New World Symphony, the National Repertory Orchestra, the University of South Carolina, Converse College, SUNY Fredonia, and the Omaha Conservatory of Music. Mr. Ludwig has served as an adjunct professor of violin at Rowan University as well as Temple University of Music Preparatory Division, and has served on the faculty of the National Youth Orchestra Festival, the School of Orchestral Studies in Saratoga Springs, NY, and the Bears Town International Summer Music Camp at Dae Jin University, South Korea. He has also served as the Sterne Virtuoso Artist-In-Residence at Skidmore College. Many of Michael's former students are accomplished professional musicians, performing in orchestras such as the San Antonio Symphony, the United States Army Band "Pershing's Own", the Opera Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Delaware Symphony, amongst others.
Michael is available for private lessons in person, as well as via Skype and FaceTime.
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Michael Ludwig's Master Class at the 2015 Violin & Viola Workshop of The Uniter States Army Band "Pershing's Own"
Michael Ludwig explores the Sibelius Violin Concerto
Michael Ludwig explores the Glazunov Violin Concerto