Violinist Carla Trynchuk has performed as soloist with orchestras throughout North America, including the Calgary Philharmonic (Alberta, Canada), New Westminster Symphony Orchestra (British Columbia, Canada), Kamloops Symphony Orchestra (British Columbia, Canada), Oakville Symphony Orchestra (Ontario, Canada), Carson City Symphony (NV), San Marcos Symphony Orchestra (AZ), Southwest Minnesota Orchestra, Thayer Symphony Orchestra (MA), Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, and Columbia Symphony Orchestra (OR).

Internationally, Ms. Trynchuk has performed as soloist with orchestras throughout Europe, including the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra (Croatia), Iaşi Philharmonic Orchestra (Romania), Banatul Philharmonic Orchestra (Timişoara, Romania), the National Philharmonic Orchestra (Moldova), the Bacau Philharmonic (Romania), Botoşani Philharmonic (Romania), and Oltenia Philharmonic (Craiova, Romania).

Ms. Trynchuk collaborated with Maestro Paul Freeman and the Czech National Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague for the world premiere recording of Tibor Serly’s Concerto for Violin.  The CD has been released on the Albany label.  Upcoming performances include the Brahms Violin Concerto with the Andrews University Symphony Orchestra and appearances with Camerata Philadelphia and Church of the Holy Trinity (PA), April 2012.

As a recitalist Ms. Trynchuk has collaborated with her sister Carmen Roberts on the piano in numerous performances, including performances in Canada, England, the United States and a five-city tour of India.

As an advocate of music by contemporary music, Ms. Trynchuk gave the premiere recording of Kittyhawk by the American composer Randall Davidson, has performed Robert MacBride’s Violin Concerto “Variety Day” and Hartmann’s Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra, Concerto funèbre.

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.  She has served as Faculty-Artist at numerous music festivals, has given master classes worldwide, and has served as an adjudicator for string and chamber music competitions and festivals throughout the United States and Canada.