Dr. Stephanie Ezerman

Violin Teacher

Stephanie Ezerman

SAA Member


Greensboro, NC
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Violinist Stephanie Ezerman has appeared in concert across the United States and Canada as soloist and chamber musician. She has performed with the Houston Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, Charlotte Symphony, Memphis Symphony, New World Symphony, Pine Mountain Music Festival and Spoleto Festival USA. She is the former Associate Concertmaster of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, and has held leadership positions with Cap Rock Pro Musica, Abilene Philharmonic, and the Big Spring Symphony. She is currently Principal Second Violin with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.

As a chamber musician, Stephanie performs regularly with her husband, cellist Alex Ezerman, as part of the Ezerman Duo. An advocate for new music, she has participated in numerous premieres, including Theresa LeVelle’s The Shadowlands at the International Saxophone Congress in Montreal, Canada. She appeared at Merlefest 2011, in Wilkesboro, NC, with the Kruger Brothers playing Jens Kruger’s Appalachian Concerto. She has also been heard in concert in the Sitkovetsky and Friends Chamber Series in Greensboro, NC. She has recorded on the Innova and Double Time labels.

As a registered Suzuki teacher, Ezerman co-founded and directed the Suzuki Talent Education of the Lubbock Region (STELR) from 2001-2008, and taught Suzuki in the Schools at Greensboro Day School from 2013-2021. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Violin Performance from the University of Minnesota, where she was a student of Sally O’Reilly. Her Master’s Degree and Doctorate of Musical Arts are from Texas Tech University where she was teaching assistant to John Gilbert. Other former teachers include Mark Bjork and Karin Hallberg.