I am currently deciding on where to go for my master's in violin performance. I got into UNT which is where I am currently, and I also was accepted to SMU with an artistic scholarship award. I'm not sure if I got a scholarship from UNT yet as I haven't gotten an acceptance or scholarship letter, but my professor told me I already got in but didn't tell me anything about a scholarship.
My question is if there is anyone who either had the same choice as me or has gone to SMU and could tell me whether or not they liked it. As I already know about UNT most of my questions are about the violin performance program at SMU.
I'm certain that I would be able to improve further at UNT with my current violin professor (Philip Lewis), but I'm also curious about the program at SMU and there's also a good teacher who was recently hired there, Alexander Sitkovetsky.
I've gone back and forth about the pros and cons of both, but it's not as helpful as actually knowing about the program and what people who have gone or currently go there think about it.
If anyone has used PIs, Vision Titanium Solo, or Rondos could they tell me which they preferred and the differences between them? I've used all three before, but I never compared them side by side.
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