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Zachary Ebin, violinist







Teaching

As a music educator, Zachary has had the privilege of working with hundreds of students in a variety of settings. Zachary’s first major teaching position was at the South Shore Conservatory in Hingham, Massachusetts. Beginning with just a handful of students, Zachary’s reputation grew quickly and as a result he was asked to accept the position of Chair of the Suzuki Department at the Conservatory. As chair, Zachary coordinated all of the Suzuki programs concerts and events, and networked and liaised with prospective parents about the program.

Zachary currently holds a faculty position at Etobicoke Suzuki Music. At ESM Zachary teaches violin and viola, coaches chamber music, teaches musicianship and works with the program’s orchestras. Additionally, Zachary has initiated several new programs, including summer group classes, a monthly performance class, and a special summer performance group. Zachary’s reputation as a teacher has grown such that he was offered a position on the board of the Suzuki Association of Ontario and now serves on its executive board.

Zachary has completed extensive Suzuki Teacher Training with some of the worlds most sought after pedagogues. See below for a complete list of Zachary's training.

Zachary teaches in the Greater Toronto Area, including Mississauga, Etobicoke, and Belfountain.

In addition to his regular teaching, Zachary is in high demand as a guest clinician and educator. Some of his upcoming and recent engagements include:

  • July, 2016: Faculty at the Oakville Suzuki Association Performing Arts Camp

  • July 2016: Faculty at the Alberta Summer Suzuki Institute

  • June 2016: Faculty at the Atlantic Canada Suzuki Institute

  • April 2016: Adjudicator at YIP's Music Festival, Markham, ON

  • February 2016: Clinician at the Royal Conservatory of Music Suzuki Workshop

  • January 2016: Presentation for the Suzuki Association of the Americas Parents as Partners On-line Parent Workshop - Nurtured by WHAT??? When you are not feeling the love during practicing.

  • July, 2015: Violin faculty and orchestra conductor at the Brandon Summer Suzuki Institute

  • July, 2015: Violin faculty and orchestra conductor at the Oakville Suzuki Association Performing Arts Camp

  • February, 2015: Clinician at the Royal Conservatory of Music Suzuki Workshop

  • January, 2015: Presentation for the Suzuki Association of Americas Parents as Partners Online Parent Workshop – Forget Soccer! I Want to Practice!

  • November, 2014: Presentation for the Suzuki Association of Ontario Annual Conference – Sorry Coach, Can’t Make It, I Have a Music Lesson!

For more information, or to inquire about lessons, please call Zachary at info@zacharyebin.com or call 647-706-0554.

Suzuki Teacher Training

  • Every Child Can: Carrie Reuning-Hummel, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2010.
  • Suzuki Principles in Action: Gail Lange, Etobicoke Suzuki Music, 2010.
  • Violin Book 1: Carrie Reuning-Hummel, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2012.
  • Violin Foundation 1a and 1b: Stevie Sandven, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2001.
  • Violin Book 2: Edward Kreitman, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2002.
  • Violin Book 3: Kimberly Meier-Sims, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2002.
  • Violin Book 4: Edmund Sprunger, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2007.
  • Violin Book 5: Edmund Sprunger, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2009.
  • Violin Book 6: Kimberly Meier-Sims, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2010.
  • Violin Book 7: Kimberly Meier-Sims, Ithaca Suzuki Institute, 2009.
  • Violin Book 8: Nancy Jackson, American Suzuki Institute, 2009.
  • Violin Book 9 and 10: Linda Case, South Western Ontario Suzuki Institute, 2009.
  • Violin Practicum: Christie Felsing, American Suzuki Institute, 2010.
  • Development of Technique and Musicianship across the Suzuki Repertoire: Alice Joy Lewis, American Suzuki Institute, 2009.