David Evenchick

David Evenchick

David bases his musical activities as a teacher, teacher trainer and performer in Guelph, Canada, where he is a faculty member of the Suzuki String School of Guelph.

He performed as principal cellist of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra, and now performs for solo recitals organizations, such as the Guelph Connections Concerts and also is a member of the Magisterra Soloists based in London Ontario.

Internationally David is in demand in North America and Latin America, particularly as a Certified Teacher Trainer for the Suzuki Association of the Americas.   He has also been very active with the Suzuki Association as a presenter and coordinator for their biannual conferences.

David has a particular interest in the research and performance of compositions of the great Croatian cello pedagogue, Rudolf Matz. He has been awarded the Anne T. Clearly Fellowship for International Doctoral Research from The University of Iowa for his study of this composer/teacher, and he continues to perform Matz’s solo works.

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Diverse Cello Sessions at the 16th Conference

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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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