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Vadim Gluzman is an Israeli violinist. Born in the Ukraine, he lived for most of his childhood in Riga. He was a precocious violin student, starting lessons at age 7. After studying with Roman Sne in Latvia and Zakhar Bron in Russia, he emigrated with his family to Israel in 1990, where he studied with Yair Kless in Tel Aviv. Gluzman continued his studies in the United States with Arkady Fromin, Dorothy DeLay, and Masao Kawasaki. Encouraged by Isaac Stern, Gluzman went on to win the Henryk Szeryng Foundation Career Award in 1994. Gluzman has appeared as a soloist with many orchestras, including the Israel Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, the Munich Philharmonic, the San Francisco Symphony, and the Minnesota Orchestra. He has been a frequent guest at festivals around the world, including the Verbier, Ravinia, Lockenhaus, Pablo Casals, Colmar, and Jerusalem festivals, as well as the North Shore Chamber Music Festival in Northbrook, IL, which was founded by Gluzman with his wife and accompanist, pianist Angela Yoffe. Gluzman began a collaboration with the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra in Columbus, OH, as a creative partner and principle guest artist, commencing with the 2013/14 season.