CMC Presents: Canada Council Instrument Bank Winners (Andréa Tyniec and Aaron Schwebel)

Thursday, December 8, 2016
Event Title: CMC Presents: Canada Council Instrument Bank Winners (Andréa Tyniec and Aaron Schwebel)
  • Region: Ontario
  • Venue / Location: Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph St. Toronto, ON M4Y 1J9
  • Time: 5:30pm
  • Price: $20 General Admission / 15 CMC Members/Arts Workers
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December 8, 2016
5:30 pm

CMC Presents: Canada Council Instrument Bank Winners (Andréa Tyniec and Aaron Schwebel)

Canada Council Musical Instrument Bank winners, violinists Andréa Tyniec and Aaron Schwebel, reveal the narrative of their legendary instruments in this intimate program of 20th century Canadian works for solo violin and classic works contemporary of the time of their respective instruments.

Programme:
Ana Sokolovic: Cinque danze per violino solo (1998)
J.S. Bach: Violin Partita No.3 in E major, BWV 1006

G.P. Telemann: Fantasie No. 5 in A major for Violin
Serge Arcuri: Soliloque 1 for Solo Violin (1994)
G.P Telemann: Fantasie No. 10 in D major for Violin
Serge Arcuri: Soliloque 2 for Solo Violin (1991)

Ana Sokolovic: Ambient V for two violins (1995)

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Andréa Tyniec
1689 Baumgartner Stradivari violin

Andréa Tyniec, violin, “plays with exceptional musicality and intensity” (La Presse) has moved audiences all over the world. The first prize winner of Italy’s Andrea Postacchini International Violin Competition 2008, she performed her Debut at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam in 2009. Ms. Tyniec has performed as a soloist with Canadian and international orchestras such as l’Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal with Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Münchener Kammerorchester (Germany), and the Akbank Chamber Orchestra (Istanbul).

Andréa fostered an early passion for contemporary works, which has led to premiering numerous compositions from Canadian composers. With conductor Véronique Lacroix and the Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal, she premiered and recorded André Ristic’s Violin Concerto (ATMA), and premiered Alec Hall’s violin Concerto. She recently released Six Sonatas for Solo Violin Op.27 by Eugène Ysaÿe (Really Records REA-CD-5898D).

www.andreatyniec.ca

Aaron Schwebel
1753 Joannes Baptista Guadagnini violin

Violinist Aaron Schwebel has performed throughout the world as a chamber and orchestral musician. His charismatic musical personality and versatility as a performer have led him to pursue a variety of roles and collaborations, with a particular love for chamber music.

A native Torontonian, he holds the positions of concertmaster with the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra and associate concertmaster with the Canadian Opera Company. He has performed as guest concertmaster with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, and Orchestra London. As a chamber musician, he has taken part in Ottawa Chamberfest, Montreal Chamber Music Festival, Music By The Sea in Bamfield, British Columbia, and the Rosebud Chamber Music Festival.

Aaron did his studies at Indiana and McGill University where he was awarded the Schulich School of Music Golden Violin Award. He is also the co-founder of Chamber Music Without Borders, a community outreach program in Montréal that makes high quality concerts accessible to those who might not otherwise be able to attend them. He is currently based in Toronto.

http://instrumentbank.canadacouncil.ca/2015-2018/aaron-schwebel