MUSC 112: Richard Luby International Violin Symposium 2019 (Group Lessons in Strings)

The late Professor Richard Luby

Named in honor of its founder, violinist Richard Luby, the Symposium offers participants an intensive one-week immersion focused on individual instrumental and musical growth within the context of a supportive and nurturing atmosphere. Throughout the week students receive intensive instruction, performance opportunities, and exchange of interpretation ideas ranging across five centuries of violin repertoire. Artist-Faculty for the 2019 symposium includes Paul Kantor (Rice), Nicholas DiEugenio (UNC-CH), Aaron Berofsky (University of Michigan), and Fabian Lopez (UNC-G).

Throughout the Symposium students will experience and learn:

  • daily private lessons
  • daily masterclasses
  • student performances
  • faculty performances
  • guest artist performances
  • HIP Bach perspectives
  • body awareness methods
  • practice techniques
  • performance psychology

Course dates are May 20-26, 2019, with arrival on May 19 and departure on May 27. MUSC 122 counts as 1 credit hour towards graduation and has a program fee of $85, plus tuition. Contact Assistant Professor Dr. Nicholas DiEugenio at

To see more details about the Symposium, click here.

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