violinist Carla Trynchuk has performed as soloist with orchestras
throughout North America, including the Calgary
Philharmonic (Alberta, Canada), Civic
Orchestra of Tucson (AZ), Columbia
Symphony Orchestra (Portland, OR), Durham
Chamber Orchestra (Ontario, Canada), Kamloops
Symphony Orchestra (British Columbia, Canada), LaPorte
Symphony Orchestra (IN), Manchester
Symphony Orchestra (IN), New Westminster Symphony Orchestra
(British Columbia, Canada),
Oakville Symphony Orchestra (Ontario, Canada), Rockland Festival
Orchestra (NY), St. Charles County Symphony (MO), San
Marcos Symphony Orchestra (Chandler, AZ), Southwest
Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Southwest Minnesota Symphony
Orchestra, Town and Country Symphony (MO), and Thayer
Symphony Orchestra (MA).
Internationally, Ms. Trynchuk has performed as soloist with orchestras
throughout Europe, including the Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra
(Romania), Banatul Philharmonic Orchestra (Timisora, Romania),
Bostani Philharmonic (Romania), Oltenia Philharmonic (Craiova,
Romania), Iasi Philharmonic Orchestra (Romania), and the National
Philharmonic Orchestra (Moldova).
During the 2003-04 season, Ms. Trynchuk collaborated with Maestro
Paul Freeman and Czech National Philharmonic Orchestra in the
world premiere recording of Tibor Serly Concerto for Violin
for distribution on the Albany label in Spring 2005. Upcoming
performances include her third appearance with the Scottsdale
Symphony Orchestra (AZ) in March 2005.
Ms. Trynchuk has been a featured performer on both United States
and Canadian radio and television, and Australian radio. As recitalist,
she has performed throughout Europe, Asia, and North America,
including New York City at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall.
An advocate of music by contemporary composers, Ms. Trynchuk
gave the premiere recording of Kittyhawk by U.S. composer
Randall Davidson in April 2001, and performed Robert MacBride's
Violin Concerto ("Variety Day") during
her second appearance with the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra-Tucson
in April 2003.
A graduate of The Juilliard School of Music in New York City,
Ms. Trynchuk was granted the Bachelor and Master of Music degrees
studying under the legendary pedagogue Dorothy DeLay and Hyo Kang.
Ms. Trynchuk is Professor of Music and Director of the String
Program at Andrews University, Michigan, where she was the recipient
of the 2000 Faculty Award for Excellence in Research and Creative
Activity. She has previously served as Faculty-Artist at Hot
Springs Music Festival (AK), and Rockland Summer Institute (NY).
In addition, she has given master classes worldwide, and served
as adjudicator for string and chamber music competitions and festivals
throughout United States and Canada.