Ms. Pagliari is the Director of the Beaches Suzuki School of Music and is a graduate of the University of Toronto, where she earned an Honours Degree in Violin Performance. Ines studied with the late Jack Montague and Isodor Desser and with Victor Danchenko. Ines has received numerous scholarships, awards and was invited to perform for Sir Yehudi Menuhin in a masterclass held in Toronto. Ms. Pagliari has been teaching following the principles of the Suzuki Method since the early '90's. A member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and the Ontario Suzuki Association, Ines has taken teacher training in Canada and the U.S. with Helen Brunner, Michelle Higa George, Alice Joy Lewis, Alan Lieb, Carrie Reuning and Karen Kimmett. Ines furthers her love of music performance as concertmaster of the Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra. She was one of the youngest concert masters the York Symphony Orchestra has ever had. Ms. Pagliari has given many recitals throughout Ontario and has appeared on numerous occasions as a soloist with both orchestras. Ines also holds a principal position with Orchestra Toronto with whom she has performed solo. Another of Ines' acheivements includes a CD with friends Marianne Gaste, piano and Lydia Munchinsky, cello entitled "Paradiso" of beautifully arranged classical music for all music lovers.