Bruce Berg is Professor of Violin Baylor University. He earned his BS, MM, and DMA degrees from The Juilliard school studying with Ivan Galamian, Paul Makanowitsky, and Dorothy Delay. Additional instruction was with George Neikrug, Joseph Szigeti, Nathan Milstein, and Sandor Vegh. Prior to his appointment to Baylor in 1994, Dr. Berg taught at Duke University, Suny Binghamton, Colgate University, Hamilton College, and the Juilliard School. In addition to numerous solo recital and orchestra appearances, Berg has performed with the Amici, Madison, and Ciompi String Quartets, The New York Chamber Soloists, The Berkshire Chamber Players and as Concertmaster of the Musica Aeterna, Manticore, American, and Waco Symphony Orchestras. He has also served as concertmaster and concerto soloist with Concert Royal, the Bach Ensemble, the Brandenburg Collegium, the Ensemble for Early Music, Banchetto Musicale, and with other prominent period instrument ensembles. He has recorded for the Sheffield, Cambridge, Albany, Centaur, and Musical Heritage record labels. In 1997 he received an Outstanding Professor award from Baylor University.