Timothy Judd is a member of the Richmond Symphony violin section. He has been a violin teacher in the Richmond, Virginia area since 2002. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, he was a student of world renowned Ukrainian-American violinist, Oleh Krysa. Timothy Judd began violin lessons at the age of four, studying with Anastasia Jempelis, one of the earliest champions of the Suzuki method in the United States.

Recent Performances

Enjoy photos from the most recent studio recitals and community performances. All photos from past performances can be seen in the gallery.

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Latest Blog Posts

Join The Listeners' Club and explore some of Timothy Judd's favorite music. Throughout the blog he also shares some thoughts on violin playing, practicing, the Suzuki method and more.

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  • The Sonic Landscapes of John Luther Adams

    Become Ocean by John Luther Adams (b. 1953) has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for music. The large-scale work for orchestra was commissioned by the Seattle Symphony. Music critic Alex Ross attended the premier last June in Seattle. In Listen to This, Ross visits the composer’s home in Alaska. The remote Alaskan wilderness seems to be a strong influence in […]

  • Mars, the Bringer of War

    This evening you may want to grab your telescope, head outside, and look into the southeastern night sky. Mars is making its closest approach in six years today, coming within 57.4 million miles of earth. Last month, NASA’s Curiosity Rover captured pictures of the earth as a bright speck in the Martian sky. From Ray […]

  • Borodin’s Nocturne

    The music of Russian romantic composer Alexander Borodin (1833-1887) is filled with stunningly beautiful melodies. One example can be heard in the third movement (Nocturne) of Borodin’s String Quartet No. 2. Let’s listen to a recording by the Emerson String Quartet. Consider the unique personality of each voice of the string quartet and notice the way the […]