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Tova Rosenberg

Tova Rosenberg
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  • Faculty, Oscar Peterson School of Music


Cello, Suzuki Cello

Incorporating her extensive Suzuki training with her love of working with young children, Tova Rosenberg has developed innovative teaching ideas for young cellists and exciting programs for Early Childhood Music Education in New York City, and now in Toronto. For almost a decade, Tova was the teacher of the Early Childhood Music Program at the School for Strings in Manhattan, where she also taught Suzuki cello lessons and theory classes.

She was a member of the Cello Faculty at the Diller-Quaile School of Music as well as the Third Street Music School Settlement. She has been a Cello Teacher for the Music Institute of Long Island, the Suzuki Program at Brooklyn College and for the Summer String Festival at the Elisabeth Morrow School in New Jersey. An active performer, Tova was a founding member of the TEA piano trio. She holds a Master's degree in Music from DePaul University, a Bachelor's degree in Music from McGill University and is a graduate of the School for Strings 2-year Intensive Suzuki Teacher Training Program. She is also certified in the Mark O'Connor Violin Method.

Since moving to Toronto, Tova has taught for the Etobicoke Suzuki School of Music, the Miles Nadal JCC Suzuki Program and currently teaches Cello at the Royal Conservatory of Music. Tova is the sole creator and teacher of custom Early Childhood Music Curriculums around Toronto, previously holding her classes out of the Wychwood Barns' Music in the Barns studio and the Miles Nadal JCC. Currently, Tova runs her one-of-a-kind Music Education Program, Do Re... ME! out of the Trinity St. Paul's Centre in the Annex.