Eduardo Zuber has performed widely as both a violin soloist and a conductor in Europe, America and Asia. Before the age of 20, he was the recipient of several first prizes including first prize at the Mexico National Competition of Musical Youth, the Mexico City Philharmonic National Competition for Young Soloists and the Jeunesses International Musical Competition Dinu Lipatti.
He studied violin under Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School of Music in New York and conducting with Gustav Meier at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore on a full scholarship. After obtaining his masters degree in conducting, he became the teacher and co-ordinator of chamber music at the Peabody Conservatory. Eduardo Zuber’s engagements include assistant conductor of the National Orchestra of Mexico, assistant conductor for the Baltimore Concert Opera, founder and music director of the Morelos Chamber Orchestra, conductor of the Youth Orchestra of Jalapa, Artistic Director of the Michoacán Symphony Orchestra (2004) and Principal Guest Conductor of the Hunan Symphony Orchestra in China (2006). He has also been invited as a member of the jury for the Valentino Bucchi Competition for strings in Rome, Italy. Since 2015 he has been based in Hong Kong.