Vladimir Kromin was born and raised in the Ukraine, where he received his training as a violinist and pedagogue. He received his Master of Music degree from Odessa State Conservatory in 1993. His special background as a musician includes training as a violin performer and teacher, as well as a solid background in piano studies, chamber music, and theory. He received numerous prizes in Russia, including several invitations for performance on radio and television. He moved to Israel in 1995. He is an experienced teacher of children for more than 24 years, and studied the Suzuki method of teaching in Israel as well as in the United States. Vladimir joined the Renaissance Music Academy in February 1999. He teaches violin, viola, chamber music, and suzuki violin group classes in the Renaissance Music Academy. Vladimir Kromin is currently an adjunct faculty member at Radford University. He performs often with Roanoke Symphony and Roanoke Opera.