Araceli Hackbarth

Violin, Viola Teacher

Araceli Hackbarth

SAA Member

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São Carlos, SP, Brazil
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Araceli Hackbarth has been a violin teacher since 2002 and adopted Suzuki’s method in 2009. She began her own violin studies at the age of 7, under Suzuki’s philosophy. She graduated both in Physiotherapy and Musical Education, has a Master Science and a Doctorate degrees in Science and a specialization in Musical Therapy. Besides all training in Suzuki Method, she also did an internship for 50 days in 2015 at the Western Springs School of Talent Education school, guided by Edward Kreitman. She has been worked as English to Portuguese Suzuki courses translator.
Currently, she is Director of Suzuki Center of Music Education in São Carlos (State of São Paulo—Brazil), teaches violin and viola classes and conducts the Chamber Orchestra ‘Octo-plus’, formed by school pupils, family members and invited friends. I have been working as an interpreter for Suzuki English-Portuguese training courses. I have been part of the board of directors of Associação Musical Suzuki do Brasil (AMSBrasil) since 2015, and also a member of the Committee of Suzuki Associations in Latin America.


Sou professora de violino desde 2002 e trabalho com o método Suzuki desde 2009. Comecei meus estudos de violino aos 7 anos de idade, dentro da filosofia Suzuki. Sou formada em fisioterapia e educação musical, tenho mestrado e doutorado em ciências, e especialização em musicoterapia. Além do treinamento Suzuki que realizo de forma continuada, também tive o privilégio de fazer estágio em 2015 na Escola Western Springs School of Talent Education school, orientada por Edward Kreitman. Atualmente, sou diretora do Centro Suzuki de Ensino Musical de São Carlos (São Carlos—SP), onde atuo também como professora de violino e viola e regente da Camerata de cordas ‘Octoplus’, formado pelos alunos do centro, familiares e amigos convidados. Atuo como intérprete de cursos de capacitação Suzuki de inglês-português. Sou parte do corpo de diretores da Associação Musical Suzuki do Brasil (AMSBrasil) desde 2015, e também integrante do Comitê de Associações Suzuki da América Latina.