Violinist and professor Ernest Salem maintains a busy schedule giving recitals and concerts across the United States, in Europe and South America. Formerly concertmaster of the Wichita Symphony, he is also active as a freelance musician in the Los Angeles area, having performed with the Los Angeles Master Chorale Orchestra, Los Angeles Mozart Orchestra, Long Beach Symphony, Asia American Orchestra and South Coast Symphony. In demand as a presenter, he’s offered master classes at universities, colleges and art schools throughout the United States. Dr. Salem holds degrees from Michigan State University, the University of Houston and the University of Minnesota. Included among his teachers are Yfrah Neaman, Fredell Lack and members of the Juilliard Quartet. Dr. Salem is also published in the American String Teachers’ Journal and the Long Island Historical Journal.