Sina Fallah

Music Education Program Coordinator

Sina Fallah graduated from the University of Toronto in 2008 with an Honours in Psychology and a Major in Philosophy. He has been a violinist for the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra from 2002-2008 where he then became a violinist for Sneak Peak Orchestra from 2008-2009. Sina was the winner of the Hétu Undergraduate Student Prize in 2006 and Director’s Award from the Canadian Acoustical Association in 2007. Sina was the prototype examiner for the Emoti-Chair from 2010-2011. He worked as a collaborator and instructor with Archie’s Cochlear Implant Lab at Sick Kids Hospital from 2011-2013.  Sina is now a collaborator with the SMART Lab at Ryerson University where he has been from 2009-present. He has recently been a Research Collaboration Partner with WaveDNA from 2013-2014. Sina is also the Founder and Director of Centre for Music Education & Cognition Est. in 2009.

For more information on Sina’s establishment on the Centre for Music Education & Cognition, please click on the link here.

He is currently the music director for the 50+ program at Ryerson University’s Chang School of Continuing Education. For more information on his classes please contact: Mena Carravetta at