Fernando Pinero

Fernando Pinero

Fernando Piñero is the first Spanish-speaking Violin Teacher Trainer of the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Director of the “Escuela de Musica Shinichi Suzuki” in Córdoba, Argentina where he organizes and conducts concerts, tours and workshops. With his students, he has performed in some of the most important concert halls in Argentina. They were recntly invited to France, where they performed at the Festival Universitaire in Belfort and in Paris.

Having started Suzuki lessons at the age of five, he completed his Suzuki training in Santiago de Chile, Austin, Stevens Point, Lima, and Curitiba, Brazil. He visited the Talent Education Research Institute, Matsumoto, Japan in 1998 where he participated as Country Representative at the Suzuki Method Olympic Games Celebration Concert.

As a clinician he travels extensively throughout Latin America. He has been invited to institutes and festivals in Lima, Bogotá, México City, El Salvador, Monterrey, Buenos Aires, Rosario, Paraguay, among others. He has also organized exchange programs and visits with several Suzuki groups such as Rocky Mountain Strings, Utah; Buffalo Suzuki Strings; the Indiana Virtuosi; The Buffalo Suzuki strings, etc..

He was Vice-President (Founder) of the Asociación Método Suzuki de la Republica Argentina, and Vice-President of the Asociación de Padres y Alumnos del Método Suzuki. Since 1999 he is a member of the Córdoba Symphony Orchestra. He has also been a member of the Orquesta Barroca del Suquia directed by Manfred Kraemer, as well as other Baroque Music Ensembles.
He holds a degree in Literature with emphasis in Linguistics from the National University of Cordoba.

One Project Many Fruits Latin American Suzuki EnsembleSuzuki Americas 2014

November 15, 2013 by Fernando Pinero

When the individual dreams become a collective reality, we start to make a significant difference; we start to see the deeper meaning of our actions. In May 2008, the SAA brought together the first Latin American Suzuki Ensemble. Read more ▶

Novedades de Latinoamrica

December 20, 2012 by Fernando Pinero

La cafetería de la Escuela Newton y los restaurants de la zona de Miraflores en Lima, Perú, son de los mejores lugares para generar nuevas ideas y para aprender a través literalmente de horas de intercambio de ideas y de discusiones con grandes maestros que son invitados a los Festivales cada año. Read more ▶

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