• Profile: Dr. Michael T. Jamanis
Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music, Violin
Music

Biography

Michael Jamanis, violinist, received his Bachelor of Music degree from The Juilliard School, Master of Music from Yale University, and Doctor of Musical Arts from Rutgers University, where he studied with Joseph Fuchs, Syoko Aki, and Arnold Steinhardt. He was awarded the Lincoln Center Scholarship in 1987, the Metro Media Award in 1988, and the Victor Herber Award in 1989. Mr. Jamanis has performed on WQXR radio in New York, on PBS television in "Purely Gershwin," and is a member of the Newstead Trio.

Formed in 1993, the trio made its orchestral debut with the Shenzhen Orchestra in China in 1996, and has performed worldwide. The trio has been broadcast on live radio and television, and has recently released its second compact disc. 

Education

D.M.A, Rutgers University, 1997

M.Music, Yale University, 1991

B.Music, The Julliard School, 1989

Course Information

 MUS 282 A Violin