Audiences throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan have responded with warmth and excitement to the artistry of the violinist Theodore Arm. He is a frequent soloist, recitalist and chamber music performer and has been a guest artist with such well-known organizations as the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Group for Contemporary Music, New York's Festival Chamber Players and the Boston Chamber Music Society. He has been a member of the highly acclaimed chamber group TASHI since 1976 and has performed with Lukas Foss, Chick Corea and Gary Burton, among others. He has had works written for him, including a chamber violin concerto by Gabriela Frank that he performed at Carnegie Hall in November 2004, and a suite for violin and piano by David Schiff. Theodore Arm performs on an Andreas Guarneri violin dated 1652 and is a Professor of Violin at the University of Connecticut. He holds a Doctorate in Performance from the Juilliard School, where he studied with Christine Dethier and Joseph Fuchs.