Rachel Harmatuk Pino

Violin Teacher

Rachel Harmatuk Pino

SAA Member

Contact

New Bern, NC
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“Play the music, not the instrument.”-Unknown

Rachel Pino is a professional concert violinist and violin teacher.

Rachel actively performs as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral musician. She is Principal 2nd Violinist for the Long Bay Symphony (Myrtle Beach, SC), Executive Director & Concertmaster of the Trent River Chamber Orchestra, and Concertmaster/Associate Director of New Bern Civic Strings. Rachel was President of the North Carolina Suzuki Association (2015) and now serves on the board for the NC Suzuki Association and Greenville Suzuki Association (NC). Rachel appears as a clinician at the NC Suzuki Institute at East Carolina University, the STAHR Workshop (VA), Wilmington Suzuki Workshop (NC), and the Greenville Suzuki Saturdays (NC), and has taught at Craven Community College.

Rachel performs annually as a guest artist at the Carolina Chamber Music Festival and serves on the CCMF Education Committee. She performed as Principal 2nd Violin in the Amman Symphony Orchestra (Jordan), Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra (NC), Opera Carolina (NC) and has shared the stage with some really fun artists like The Moody Blues, The Tams, The Association, Ben Vereen, Joan Hess (Leggy Blonde, Flight of the Conchords), and Jodi Benson (Ariel, The Little Mermaid).

Rachel’s ever-growing social media following has led her to collaborate with well-known and developing brands in the music industry. She was recently named a Beaumont Artist, alongside some of the top classical musicians in the online community. She is a social media consultant for individual artists and groups in the music industry and is the Social Media Manager for Hank, Pattie, & The Current.

Born in New Bern, NC, Rachel’s primary teacher was Joanne Bath (NC), and she also studied at the UNC School of the Arts. She earned her undergraduate degree in Violin Performance with Lucy Chapmann at The Boston Conservatory, where her quartet won first place in the 2002 Chamber Music Competition. Rachel is registered with both Long-Term and Short-Term Suzuki training from Teacher Trainers Joanne Bath, Joanne Martin, Enid Cleary, James Hutchins, and Vera McCoy-Sulentic (Violin Volumes 1-10) and holds two Masters degrees from East Carolina University (Suzuki Pedagogy and Violin Performance). For more info about Rachel and local New Bern events and concerts, follow her on Instagram @rachelviolin.
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