Michael Judd Sheranian violin, has been a member of the Utah Symphony for many seasons and has performed both as a violin soloist and vocal soloist with the Utah Symphony, the Jerusalem Symphony, the Honolulu Symphony, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

Dr. Sheranian received his education at the Juilliard School, where he studied violin with Dorothy Delay, the University of Texas at Austin (MM, 1976), and the University of Arizona (DMA, 1998). Under a Fulbright-Hays grant, he studied voice, opera, and Lieder in Berlin.

He is an active studio recording artist with violin and voice and has taught voice and violin on the faculties of the University of Texas, the University of Arizona, Utah State University, and Brigham Young University. He also owns and operates a violin school teaching Suzuki and traditional methods. In addition to a full teaching and performing schedule, he is Director of Committees for the Stradivarius International Violin Competition.

In his spare time Dr. Sheranian works with his Arabian horses in Grantsville, Utah, on his family’s ranch. He and
his wife, Sharon, are the parents of six children, and
grandparents of two.

 

 


                

This is why I teach music:

Not because I expect you to major in music

Not because I expect you to sing or play all your life

Not so you can relax

Not so you can have fun

But, so you will be human

So you will recognize beauty

So you will be sensitive

So you will be closer to an infinite beyond this
world

So you will have something to cling to

So you will have more love, compassion, gentleness, good - in short more life.

Of what value will it be to make a
prosperous living unless you know how to live?
                                     --Anonymous

 

 

 

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