​Andréa Tyniec © 2015 

 

July 13th, 2019

Recital with Angela Park at Leith Festival, ON

Leith

December 2nd 2018, 6pm

Forgiveness is Freedom - Ottawa

Forgiveness is Freedom at ReYoga, 209 Hannah St, Vanier

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December 1st 2018, 7:30pm

Forgiveness is Freedom - Burlington ON

Forgiveness is Freedom at Chrysalis Yoga, 4040 Palladium Way Unit 11 Burlington

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A brand new Airbnb Experience! Join me and Emily Rho for a one of a kind concert in Rory and Emily’s downtown Toronto condo living room. Tickets

A brand new Airbnb Experience! Join me and Emily Rho for a one of a kind concert in Rory and Emily’s downtown Toronto condo living room. Tickets

After Mozart, the world had to wait for Martinu’s Three Madrigals for violin and viola to breathe new life into this unusual formation. The two musicians also showcase some of the solo repertoire for their individual instrument, including a pair of works by Canadian composers Ana Sokolovic and Anna Pidgorna. TICKETS

Forgiveness is Freedom at Yogaspace Toronto: 148 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON

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October 24th, 2018, 6:30pm

Trio Mont-Royal, Seepark, Switzerland

Stravinsky, Milhaud, Poulenc. With André Ristic, piano & Séverine Payet, clarinet. 

With Heidi Maria Glössner, actress

October 23rd, 2018, 6:30pm

Trio Mont-Royal, Wolfberg Switzerland

Stravinsky, Milhaud, Poulenc. With André Ristic, piano & Séverine Payet, clarinet. 

With Heidi Maria Glössner, actress

September 30th

Pocket Concert, Recital with pianist Emily Rho

Knox Presbytarian Church, 345 Durham St. - Kincardine

Bach, Ysaÿe, Biber, Corigliano

Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, University of Victoria

Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata no. 9 in A major, op. 47, “Kreutzer,” for violin and piano
Michael Oesterle: Stand Still, for violin solo
Robert Schumann: Sonata no. 2 in D minor, op. 121, for violin and piano

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Lark Ascending by Vaughan Williams. 

First Baptist Church, 909 SW 11th ave. Portland, OR

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June 24th 2018, 7:30pm

Recital with pianist Angela Park, Toronto

Works by Beethoven, Ysaÿe, Jaeger, Schumann. For ticket information please write to info@andreatyniec.ca 

June 3rd 2018

AIn collaboration with musicologist George Nicholson, Festival Classica presents some of André Mathieu’s unpublished manuscripts of chamber music, performed by a lineup of eminently talented Canadian musicians. Stéphane Tétreault (cello), Elvira Misbakhova (viola), Andrea Tyniec (violin), Marc Djokic (violin) and Jean-Philippe Sylvestre (piano) come together to bring these forgotten treasures to the public.

February 1st, 2018, 8PM

Trailblazing violinists Andréa Tyniec and Jesse Zubot perform a dazzling array of repertoire with and without electronics, showcasing the range of this timeless instrument.

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Excerpt from J. Corigliano Solo Violin "Red Violin Caprices"

With Dancer Dylan Tedaldi

Choreography by Brendan Saye

January 18th and 19th 2018, 8pm - Toronto ON

National Ballet Choreographic Workshop Performances

Betty Oliphant Theatre, Toronto

Choreographer: Brendan Saye

Pianist: Ed Connell

Performing on the ‘Baumgartner” Stradivarius violin, formerly owned by Gordon Jeffery, Andrea Tyniec is joined by pianist (and Jeffery Concerts Artistic Director) Arthur Rowe

 

L. v. Beethoven Sonata no. 9 for violin and piano "Kreutzer", E. Ysaÿe Sonata no.5 Op. 27, David Jaeger Dolce - Presto - Siciliano, R. Schumann Sonata for violin and piano no.2

On y entendra notamment la création d’Evta, le concerto de violon d’Ana Sokolović et Pesma écrit pour l’ECM+ en 2007. Également au programme, des oeuvres récentes de compositeurs de divers pays membres de l’International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM), soit Martin Rane Bauck (Norvège), Iñaki Estrada (Espagne) et Grzegorz Pieniek (Pologne).

SOLD OUT - Exclusive to ISCM2017, two of Canada’s top ensembles share the stage for a concert of music from around the world.

ISCM World New Music Days has a rich history of hosting world premieres like Alban Berg’s celebrated Violin Concerto. Tonight, we add to that history with the premiere of Canadian composer Ana Sokolović’s new violin concerto, Evta performed by Andréa Tyniec and Ensemble contemporain de Montreal (ECM+) conducted by Véronique Lacroix.

The night expands as Turning Point Ensemble takes you on a journey through the surrealistic fairy tale that is Serbian composer Isidora Žebeljan’s Needle Soup. This blockbuster concert also includes hauntingly beautiful pieces from composers from all over the world. A truly incredible evening of music.

October 1st 2017

We Are Made Of Each Other

Solo Violin Recital at La Maison de la Culture NDG, Montréal

September 10th 2017

Recital with Stephen Runge

Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick

L. v. Beethoven, Sonata no. 9 'Kreutzer'

Ana Sokolovic Chant and City Songs

R. Schumann, Sonata no.2 for violin and piano

September 7th 2017

Recital with Stephen Runge

Barachois Historic Church, New Brunswick

L. v. Beethoven, Sonata no. 9 'Kreutzer'

Ana Sokolovic Chant, and City Songs

R. Schumann, Sonata no.2 for violin and piano

July 31th to August 12th 2017

two-week workshop for professional choreographers, composers, and dancers

July 29th 2017

Brahms piano quintet,  Shostakovich piano quintet

with Valeri Li (violin), Lawrence Schaufele (viola), Adrian Fung (cello), Todd Yaniw (piano) 

July 9th 2017

Bartok String Quartet No. 2 & more!

Andréa Tyniec & Mark Lee, violins; Rory McLeod, viola; Leana Rutt, cello

June 3rd 2017

With Elvira Misbakhova (viola) and Chloé Dominguez (cello). 

June 3rd 2017

With Marc Boucher, Nicolas Kruger, Nuné Mélik, Elvira Misbakhova, Stéphane Tétreault, Jeanne Corpataux-Blache.

May 13th 2017

written by Hannah Moscovitch, composer & music director Njo Kong Kie, directed by Ross Manson, starring Paul BraunsteinVivien Endicott-Douglas & Amy Rutherford, violinist Andréa Tyniec, choreographer Kate Alton, production manager Peter Eaton, lighting designer Rebecca Picherack, set & costume by Teresa Przybylski, consulting physicist Lee Smolin, stage manager Isabelle Ly, assistant director Michela Sisti

8. December 2016

Canada Council Musical Instrument Bank winners, violinists Andréa Tyniec and Aaron Schwebel, reveal the narrative of their legendary instruments in an intimate program of recent solo violin works performed alongside classic works contemporary to the time of the making of their respective instruments. 

Join Andréa Tyniec’s musical and meditative journey exploring forgiveness as an active and vibrant daily practice. Her artistic and spiritual investigation is based on Desmond Tutu’s The Book of Forgiving, in which he presents a surprisingly accessible and oh so wise and compassionate fourfold path for healing ourselves and our world. Andréa will be playing solo violin works by J.S. Bach, E. Ysaÿe and Canadian composer Ana Sokolović. Immerse your cells and heart in the depth of her sound and passion as well as Desmond Tutu’s generous guidance and inspiration.

18. October 2016

Solo violin recital. Works by Bach, Ysaÿe, Sokolovic and Hron

25. September 2016

Forgiveness is Freedom, Picton

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