Suzuki students play for renowned Brazilian violinist, Alessandro Borgomanero, former student of Koji Toyoda and Ruggiero Ricci

American Suzuki Journal 45.3

Previously printed in American Suzuki Journal 45.3. Reprinted with permission. Copyright © 2017 Suzuki Association of the Americas, Inc.

Raphael Egidio

Raphael Egídio is founder and director of the Brasilia Suzuki Center. Violinist, Graduated in Arts and Postgraduate in Music Education.
In 2009 he became member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and has participated in teacher festivals and meetings in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico and the United States.
Between 2010 and 2018 coordinated the violin and viola modules of the “Music for Children Program”, held at the University of Brasília—UnB. This program received the “Music Professionals Award 2017”, in the module “Creation, Music Education Project”.
In 2016, he completed (for the first time) the training in all 10 Suzuki methodology violin books  and has over 30 courses held and registered at SAA.
He was the first resident teacher in Latin America to have received the “Certificate of Achievement-Level 1”, an award given to teachers who demonstrate outstanding commitment to excellence in their teaching.
Founding member of the Natan Schwartzman Quartet.

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