Many former students of Dr. Sarch are currently concertizing and teaching. His s tudents have been prize-winners in the state ASTA (American String Teacher's Association) Solo Competition and have been accepted at the finest music schools including Juilliard, Curtis, Oberlin, Eastman and Indiana. Former students play in major symphonies, teach in schools and universities throughout the United States, and perform in such outstanding ensembles as Chester String Quartet, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and 8th Blackbird.
Dr. Sarch has presented numerous Master Classes at fine music schools both nationally and i nternationally including the universities of Miami, Alabama, Penn State, , Boston University, Converse College, Hartt , Longy School of Music, New England Conservatory, and universities in Panama, Jordan, Bolivia and Brazil. Dr. Sarch has presented string clinics and workshops at conventions, conferences and schools throughout the U.S.
Articles on string teaching written by Kenneth Sarch have been published in leading national journals (American String Teacher, MENC Journal, MTNA Magazine). Dr. Sarch is co-author of the ASTA Dictionary of Bowing and Pizzicato Terms and The Twentieth Century Violin. KJOS publishes his compositions for string orchestra: Colonial Williamsburg Odyssey , and Ahlan Sabaya Alfarah –Arabic Dance. LUDWIG MASTERS Co. publishes his arrangement of Ben Franklin's "March, Minuet and Capriccio".