Mr.Sloman is based in Dallas, Texas, where he has long held the title of Principal Associate Concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and is presently Principal Associate Concertmaster Emeritus. He has also performed as guest concertmaster with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and internationally with orchestras in Florence, Italy; Lugano and Geneva, Switzerland; and Melbourne, Australia.
In the past two decades, his attention has increasingly turned to teaching. He has a large private studio, and for nine years taught both graduate and undergraduate students as an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University. Embracing the digital world, he recently added teaching via Skype, and is now able to mentor students throughout the United States. Since 2010, Mr. Sloman has been on the faculty of the Meadowmount School of Music, and in March 2015, accepted an appointment to the violin faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Music. His summer studio at Meadowmount receives generous financial support from the Dorothy Richard Starling Foundation.