Aaron Boaz began violin study at age four. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from the University of Louisville and a Master of Music in Violin Performance from Northwestern University.
Mr. Boaz has presented numerous solo recitals, masterclasses and appeared as soloist with orchestras throughout the United States. He made his European debut as a guest of the Belgian Grand Consulate, and has performed as soloist in Ireland, England, Hungary, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia and a sold out performance in Vienna, Austria.
Primarily a classical violinist, Aaron has also appeared with the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band; Jazz cellist, Ben Sollee; Folk Icon, Pete Seeger; and Country Music Legend, Pee Wee King. He regularly performs with the Louisville Ballet and the Kentucky Opera.
Aaron Boaz has served as Adjunct Professor of Violin to Naperville College and Bellarmine University, Guest Lecturer to the University of Louisville, Artist in Residence to the Jewish Community Center of Louisville, Guest Clinician at the Sewanee Summer Music Festival of the University of the South, and as Violin Instructor and Orchestra Conductor of the Suzuki Summer String Institute at the University of Louisville. He has served as Director of Violin Studies to the Bloomingdale School of Music and Interim Instructor of Violin to the Preparatory Department of Wheaton College. He has recently completed a seven-year tenure as Music Director and Principle Conductor to the Louisville Civic Orchestra and the Bellarmine University Civic Orchestra.
While maintaining a busy performing career, Aaron Boaz continues to serve as Music Director and Choir Master to Central Christian Church and Sponsor and Director of the Boaz Performance Academy with a Faculty of Nine Professional Teachers and over 100 students. Mr. Boaz is also author of the internationally distributed Fiddle Steps Bluegrass Violin Method and Director of ThePracticePro.com