William Oh

William Oh began studying violin at age 3. A versatile violinist, he is equally at home performing a variety of styles of music. As an undergraduate student, he simultaneously attended both the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA and Emerson College in Boston, MA, receiving a Performance Diploma and a Bachelor of Music degree respectively. He continued his studies at Mannes, receiving a Master of Music degree. He currently completing his Doctorate of Musical Arts at Rutgers University, studying with Mr. Todd Phillips. His other teachers include Malcolm Lowe, Yura Lee, and Sally Thomas.
As an active performer and teaching artist in the New York area, Mr. Oh has performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and others. He has been Concertmaster of the Washburn University Symphony Orchestra, Longy Conservatory Orchestra, and the Saint Mary’s Orchestra. In addition, he has been a member of the Topeka Symphony Orchestra and the Kentucky Ballet Theater Orchestra.
A dedicated teacher, Mr. Oh has experience working with students of all ages, and he works to create an individualized approach for each student. He previously held teaching positions in Kansas, Boston, and New Jersey.