Violinist Limor Toren-Immerman has won numerous regional and national competitions and has appeared as soloist with orchestras throughout Russia, Israel, and the United States. Currently Dr. Toren-Immerman is on the faculty at California State University Fresno. Previously she has served on the faculties of Shepherds University School of Music in Los Angeles and Luther College in Iowa. Dr. Toren-Immerman has also served on the faculties of the International Music Academy and Competition in Cremona, Italy, Chamber Music Unbound in Mammoth Lakes, California, Fresno Opera and Orchestra Summer Academy in Fresno, CA, Chamber Music Roundup in Fort Worth, Texas, Music in the Mountains Festival and Conservatory in Durango, Colorado, InterHarmony International Music Festival in Arcidosso, Italy, and CSU Summer Music. She also serves as concertmaster for the Mozart Classical Orchestra and Opera in the Park, and performs as a guest concertmaster with the Fresno Philharmonic and many Southern California orchestras. She is a multifaceted chamber player, performing music from Baroque to the twenty-first century, and is a member of the Fresno State Piano Trio and Trio Accento. She is an often guest performer with other groups around the country, such as Southwest Chamber Music and the Chamber Music series at the Montgomery Arts House for Music and Architecture. Ms. Toren-Immerman began her formal musical education in Russia, at the Moscow Gnessins College of Music. She holds Bachelor of Music and Artist Diploma from Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music and Dance, Israel, and Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts from University of Southern California Thornton School of Music.