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Dr. Immanuel T. Abraham, D M A
Violinist • Teacher • Composer
Dr. Immanuel T. Abraham is an award-winning performer, highly-experienced teacher, and sought-after composer distributing hundreds of works around the world.
Dazzling live audiences across nine countries, he returns sharing experience and inspiration with his students, and the students of renown institutions.
He earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Violin Performance with highest honors from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. There he was the featured soloist of their 2015 graduation ceremony, and winner of the Willis Patterson Award and Engraved Medal for exceptional excellence.
He then graduated, again with highest honors, with his Doctorate in Violin Performance from the University of Arizona. There he served simultaneously as Concertmaster of both the Arizona Symphony Orchestra and Arizona Contemporary Ensemble. He also won the institution’s annual Concerto Competition with the Brahms Violin Concerto, using his own cadenzas.
Dr. Abraham is also a:
• Distinguished Clinician of the
Cochise Music Teacher’s Association
• Online Music Education Specialist certified by the
• Yoga Teacher certified by the Yoga Renew School
Dr. Abraham recently served as the Concertmaster for NEWorks Philharmonic Orchestra's premiere of
"An African American Requiem" — a twenty-movement symphonic mass by Damien Geter, at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
Other programs and organizations recently featuring Dr. Abraham include the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), European String Teacher's Association (ESTA), The Menuhin-Dowling Program, Southwest Strings, American String Teacher’s Association, Tucson Film Festival, String Masters, Key To Change, SHAR Music, Fiddlershop, Community School of Music & Arts, The Entertainer magazine, Mind Over Finger podcast with Dr. Renée-Paule Gauthier, Violin Podcast with Eric Mrugala, Lovin’ Life in Tucson newspaper, Arizona Jewish Post newspaper, the Arizona Daily Star newspaper, the Conn-Selmer “Music Professor” violin series, and much more.
He is also the founder of The Violin Guild, hosting over 67,000 verified string players, and proud Artistic Ambassador for Southwest Strings, D'Addario Orchestral, WMutes, and Ovation Press.
His published works include the “24 Caprices for Solo Violin”, the "Gilgamesh Quartet", and “J.S. Bach’s Chaconne: A Performer-Composer's Approach to Interpretation".
Beyond music, he is a lifelong vegetarian, proactive environmentalist, and passionate advocate for world kinship through the arts.
Social media handle - @TheViolinDoctor:
Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and String Masters
"Dr. Abraham's 24 Caprices for Solo Violin are a masterpiece of advanced violin repertoire reflecting the musical globalism and diversity of the 21st century."
—The University of Arizona,
College of Fine Arts
"Such a fascinating set of works! I can't wait to hear more of them!"
—Violinist, Jennifer Koh
Violin, Fiddle, and Viola
Beginner through Master
Suzuki 1 to the Tchaikovsky Concerto
"I respect you as your own artist from day one.
You'll learn what you want to learn, regardless of genre."