Cassidy Goldblatt

Cassidy G.

Suwanee, GA

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Cassidy delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Females 5+, males 5 to 25 and special needs

Teaching since:
September 2010

As a professional violinist graduated from the University of Michigan, I am dedicated to making music of all forms come to life—and to sharing my passion for music, art, and the world around with as many people as possible. Having earned BMs in both Violin Performance and Music History, I believe that a holistic approach to playing the violin is crucial, and I am passionate about teaching individuals of all ages the craft of the violin while exploring the theory and history that make our art so captivating.

My own musical interests center around new music (classical works being written today) and music from the Renaissance and late Medieval time periods; the fields are more similar than one might think! I currently perform with a specialized new-music quartet and several other ensembles, working extensively with contemporary student composers and aiming to share their work throughout the Ann Arbor community.

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Performer and Private Teacher
Sep 2010 - Present

Perform actively both as a soloist and with chamber ensembles, studying a range of music from baroque to classical to contemporary; teach students from various levels, aiming to not only instruct them in violin-playing but inspire them to continue their musical exploration.

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Music Theory Grader / Student Assistant
Jan 2015 - Dec 2015
University of Michigan - Music Theory Department

Worked directly with UofM faculty, discussing teaching and grading methods while commenting on homework assignments and exams on a weekly basis. Subjects ranged from advanced musical analysis to composition exercises.


Bachelors of Music in Violin Performance & Music History
Sep 2012 - Apr 2016
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor


Limited Proficiency


Global Award - U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award
Jun 2016
University of Michigan Libraries
EXCELerator Fellowship
Dec 2015
EXCELerator Program at the University of Michigan

Photos & Videos

Collaborative performance held in the Duderstadt Center's Digital Media Commons Video Studio, 02/2016 (video/audio not yet fully edited)
Recording session of Douglas Hertz's The Pilgrim (2015)
Cantorial Airs (2006) by Michael Schachter, performed by the Converge New Music Collective's founding string quartet.
Shot from senior recital performance in the Duderstadt Center's Digital Media Commons Video Studio

A 2016 violin-cello duet from Converge: New Music Collective's kickoff performance.

Recording session of Nelson Gast's String Quartet No. 1 (2015): mvt III

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Gregory Apr 28, 2017
Violin · In studio

My son had his first lesson with Cassidy today. He enjoyed his lesson. Over the years he got some bad habits. Cassidy came up with some creative exercises that helped him to improve his posture and grip. He is looking forward to his next lesson with Cassidy.

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Abby Jan 19, 2017
Violin ·

Cassidy Goldblatt is a very bright and enthusiastic teacher who offers tremendous insight into creatively effective ways of playing the violin. When I recently performed in front of her as practice for my jury, I found that her most stressed advice (for me) was to focus on elements concerning the mind, and opening up the body: things that I never considered speculating into in my past ten years of playing violin. Her specific advice turned out to be extremely helpful when playing under high stress, and I not only regret not finding her sooner, but I once again commend Cassidy on her imaginative insight and never-ending ideas on technique and musicality. Cassidy's constantly supportive and graceful demeanor were key to creating a meaningful collaboration in our time together, and would only help but inspire passion for music in her future students.

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