David Evenchick

David Evenchick

Dr. Evenchick has been a sanctioned cello teacher trainer for the Suzuki Association of the Americas since 1999, and in this capacity has trained hundreds of musicians internationally to teach the cello utilizing the Suzuki philosophy.

Teamwork and organizational contribution are an important part of Dr. Evenchick’s role in teaching. He has held positions at the Preucil School of Music, Grinnell (Iowa) College and the Suzuki String School of Guelph. In addition, he has sat on steering committees for the Guelph Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Suzuki Association of Ontario, and is a co-coordinator of the Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institute.

This year David is excited to be part of a team that is offering long term string teacher development courses at Wifrid Laurier University (Kitchener Waterloo, ON). These are the first long term Suzuki courses for cello to be offered in Canada.

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A Few Thoughts on Cello Hardware Helpers Historical Perspective Keypegs and Bent Endpins

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Diverse Cello Sessions at the 16th Conference

Diverse Cello Sessions at the 16th Conference

SAAs 16th Biennial Conference  Clinicians

SAA’s 16th Biennial Conference—Clinicians

Tales from the Peruvian Amazon

March 18, 2013 by David Evenchick, Nancy Lokken, Mary Halverson Waldo, Kelly Williamson

Two thousand ten was an exciting year for the Suzuki Association of Peru. In addition to celebrating twenty-five years of offering Suzuki festivals in Lima, for the first time in its history, a very special event was held. Read more ▶

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