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March 24, 2014LOVE CD: Pre-release digital copy now available on CD Baby!A pre-release digital copy of our LOVE debut CD is now available worldwide, before the official release concert on April 23rd, 2014 in Toronto!
March 7, 2014Welcome to my new website!My website is finally up again after an absence of ... too long!
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Lynn

March 8, 2014Official LOVE CD Release and ConcertLes AMIS Concerts presents 'Violin in a Time Machine' and LOVE CD Release, featuring Lynn Kuo.

Join violinist Lynn Kuo on a musical time-travelling adventure to 17th century Germany, 19th century France, 20th century Argentina, Croatia 1988, and California 2012.

With guest artists Shoshana Telner, piano; Jason Nett, guitar; Austin Hitchcock, horn
Heliconian Club, 35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto

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Tue Apr 15 13:57NY=>St. John's=>Toronto. Back home and preparing for April 23 CD release concert!
Sat Apr 12 00:47Mozart Jupiter Symphony rocked the house tonight! Thank you for a great concert, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra & Philharmonic Choir!
Fri Apr 11 17:01Zumba this morning with mom..and aunties...and uncle! Mozart Jupiter Symphony tonight with the Newfoundland Symphony. Life is never boring
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Fri Apr 11 02:47St. John's is POTHOLE CITY. Looks like space debris came raining down all over the roads.
Mon Apr 07 00:53Winter is definitely NOT OVER in Newfoundland. Snow, wind...cold!
Violinist Lynn Kuo has appeared as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician across Canada, United States, Wales, Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, and Ukraine. As guest soloist, she has performed with the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, Thirteen Strings, Canadian Sinfonietta, Brandon Chamber Players, Nexus percussion ensemble, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra (Bulgaria), Cantus Ensemble (Croatia), Lviv Philharmonic, Lviv Virtuosi (Ukraine), and as special guest soloist with Hungary’s gypsy orchestra, Rajkó Band.

In demand as an interpreter of new music, Lynn has given numerous world premieres of acoustic and electroacoustic works written for her and various ensembles by international composers: Michael Pepa (seven works), Dennis Patrick, Daniel Foley, Elizabeth Raum, Scott Godin, James Harley, John Oliver, Constantine Caravassilis, Avalon Rusk, Felipe Ramírez-Rodríguez (Canada), Séan Clancy (Ireland), Katarina Miljković (Serbia/USA), and Viktorija Ćop (Croatia).

These works have been written for her and various ensembles that have included the Les AMIS Ensemble, Duo Vita (with John Oliver, guitarist/composer), and for her and pianist Marianna Humetska. In 2012, Lynn, joined by Marianna Humetska, piano; Anna Guo, yangqin; and Ottawa’s Thirteen Strings (directed by Kevin Mallon), gave the world premiere of Si Yi – The Four Arts, a commissioned work by Alice Ho for violin, piano, yangqin, and string orchestra. Frequently a guest artist at the University of Toronto New Music Festival, Lynn has co-created multi-disciplinary performances featuring the works of American composer Steven Mackey (Interior Design with collaborative painter Daisuke Takeya) and Gabriel Prokofiev (Sleeveless Scherzo for solo violin and dancer with dancer/choreographer Angela Blumberg).

Maintaining a busy performance schedule, Lynn is also Chef de l'ensemble Les AMIS and has performed in six Les AMIS European concert tours. Lynn continues to collaborate with leading artists, having performed solo and chamber works with such artists as the Fitzwilliam String Quartet, the Penderecki String Quartet, Christoph Eschenbach, the Gryphon Trio, Mark Fewer, Lori Freedman, and with other eminent artists at the University of Toronto New Music Festival, Tuckamore Festival, Gros Morne Summer Music, and Music Biennale Zagreb Festival (Croatia).

Lynn’s performances have been broadcast on Canadian, Serbian, and Hungarian radio and television. In 2010, Lynn recorded music of Nino Rota for the Naxos label, recording with pianist Mary Kenedi. With pianist Marianna Humetska, Lynn will be releasing their debut CD, LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession in Spring 2014.

Based in Toronto, Lynn is the Assistant Concertmaster of the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra, in addition to performing with the Canadian Opera Company and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Lynn has also performed as guest concertmaster of orchestras that have included the National Arts Centre Orchestra, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, and Opera Hamilton. Lynn also serves as adjudicator, guest artist, teacher, and lecturer at Canadian festivals and universities.

Lynn completed her Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Toronto dedicating her research to the subject of holistic health and injury prevention in orchestral string musicians.
Updated 02/10/14



"And what better way to sample some of his non-commercial output than through this fine Naxos recording with music performed by some of Toronto's top musicians? Among the pieces presented here are the... Improvviso... admirably performed by Mary Kenedi, piano, Lynn Kuo, violin..." "This is a charming disc, its appeal not only in the high level of performance, but in the inherent contrasts found within the music." "This collection is a most welcome addition to the catalogue, and ample proof that there is much more to Nino Rota than what we've heard on the big screen during the last 45 years. Bravo to all performers involved for some fine music making."

Richard HaskellWholenote Magazine, June 2013
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"...the musicians were...stellar." "They included violinists: COC concertmaster Marie Berard, her assistant Benjamin Bowman and Lynn Kuo."

John TeraudsThe Toronto Star, October 4, 2006
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‘Colours of Music’ Festival in Barrie, Ontario – September 25, 2007: "NEXUS presented the world premiere of ‘PHOENIX’ by Canadian composer, Elizabeth Raum. Scored for solo violin and five percussion, this lush composition overflows with romanticism and effectively merges the sonic worlds of strings and percussion. The solo violinist for this premiere performance was Lynn Kuo, a native of St. John’s, Newfoundland, whose virtuosity and musicianship were readily apparent throughout. "

Nexus Percussion.comNexus Percussion
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“…we were both blown away by Lynn Kuo and her classical violin…” …“Ms. Kuo was a delight right from the start”…

Louise DaymondPinawa Life, January 2006
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”It was as though Ms. Kuo and her instrument became one…” “She (and the music) were mesmerizing, and accompanist Marianna Humetska only emphasized the imagery. So captivating…”

Louise DaymondPinawa Life, January 2006
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“Kuo's technique appears flawless, and she has the ability to extend a note from one end of her bow to its very tip, all the while maintaining a clear, strong tone. Beethoven was followed by Fantaisie bohemian [sic] by Canadian composer Michael Pepa.” “The high notes pierced the air with beautiful clarity, and the music was filled with tension that held your attention throughout, the trickling notes of the piano adding to the drama. At times the violin sounded like a flute, and Kuo's command of both the lower and higher octaves was very impressive.” “Intermission was followed by work from another Canadian composer, Winnipegger Sid Rabinovitch ]. … This contemporary number was very dramatic, showcasing the deft piano stylings of Ms. Humetska.”

Louise DaymondPinawa Life, January 2006
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"Technically she is a highly-endowed performer. She has mastered her instrument and can make it do just about anything she wants."

The Daily Gleaner, FrederictonSHARE

Thirteen Strings Chamber Orchestra; Kevin Mallon, conductor "The meat of the program was a pair of pieces by the Chinese-Canadian composer Alice Ping Yee Ho. Capriccio Ballo for violin, piano and strings is a longish work built upon the repetition and evolution of a few basic figures. It is a strong piece and would probably seem stronger still on a second hearing. It takes a few minutes to acquire the score's vocabulary. The soloists were violinist Lynn Kuo and pianist Marianna Humetska. Humetska's playing was especially important since the piano part is responsible for much of the music's pulse and motion. But everyone pulled together and rendered a persuasive account of the score. The other Ho piece was the world premiere of a Thirteen Strings commission, The Four Arts for violin, piano, Yangqin and strings. In four movements, it is a more immediately engaging piece than the Capriccio, and was undoubtedly the highlight of the evening."

Richard ToddOttawa Citizen, March 4, 2012
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"Her charm shone through in something as simple as a carefree twirl of her bow in anticipation of a difficult entry. In fact, both Yee and Kuo radiate a great degree of confidence and warmth on stage."

The Telegram, St. John's, CanadaSHARE

"I liked Humetska’s rolling storms and Kuo’s total commitment to the music..." "I never expected a made-in-Russia arrangement of Gershwin melodies to raise the roof in a classical concert, but that’s what happened. Igor Frolov’s (b.1937) Concert Fantasy on Themes from Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, Op. 19, for violin and piano,(1991) seemed to free the duo from their classical corsets and got the joint jumping. Maybe it was Lynn Kuo’s banjo sounding pizzicato on “I’ve Got Plenty of Nothing,” or Marianna’s bluesy “Summertime” riffs that made this part of the concert take off into the blue. But there it went. Or maybe it was the complete relaxation into love of “Porgy, I’s yo’ woman now.” That too. "

Stanley FeffermanShowtime Magazine, 2011
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"Michael Parker's In Memoriam is a modern elegiac work which is eloquent in the extreme and brought out Kuo's finest playing of the evening, as she conveyed the sorrow and loss with deep throbbing notes and telling phrases."

The Daily Gleaner, FrederictonSHARE

"Schubert's Trout Quintet...displayed some fine lyricism from violinist Lynn Kuo..."

The Hamilton Spectator, HamiltonSHARE

"...and the highlight of the concert appears: the world premiere of Michael Pepa’s “ISOMORPHE” for mezzo-soprano, violin, accordion, and ensemble (2008). The soloists are outstanding. Lynn Kuo’s violin is dramatic, both rousing and melancholy..."

Stanley FeffermanShowtime Magazine
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"I am beyond thrilled by what you did with Dance Music. No wonder why it was a success--your performance was absolutely stunning! ... you have elevated this piece far beyond the source material. Every single interpretative choice you made is dead-on, musical, driven and created an exciting performance."

David Smooke, composer of 'Dance Music'
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"Kuo has a rich full tone in the lowest octave and her bowing arm has considerable strength, qualities which became apparent in this work."

The Daily Gleaner, FrederictonSHARE

"A collaboration between Michael Pepa and Dennis Patrick led to the composition Squamish, whose name is adapted from the Coast Salish word ‘Sko-mish’, which translates to ‘Strong Wind’ or ‘Birthplace of the Winds’. It refers to the constant wind from the Pacific Ocean. The wind voice of the Great Spirit was played by violinist Lynn Kuo, creating a rainy atmosphere by means of bells."

Music Biennale Zagreb website
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"...a touchingly intense In Memoriam by Cornerbrook [sic] composer Michael Parker." "The ending, a series of long notes ascending to the highest pitches on the instrument, require a steady hand, a good ear and nerves of flint, and Kuo, as cool as a bird on a wire, played it flawlessly."

The Chronicle-Herald; Halifax, CanadaSHARE

“Throughout the recital, Kuo demonstrated the kind of confidence and control a soloist needs." “She demonstrated throughout the recital an ability to draw rich draperies of tone from the lowest strings, surprising us with the roundness of her resonance, as well as an extraordinarily and meticulously clean technical command...”

The Chronicle-Herald; Halifax, CanadaSHARE

“I found the violin playing of Lynn Kuo very expressive, her violin adding a vocal quality to the music. ”

Bert RowsonLake Superior News, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
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"An unusual performance was from violinist Lynn Kuo, who performed the work «Squamish» for violin and electronics by Michael Pepa and Dennis Patrick (Canada). She then played the violin ... and pinched the strings, while in the background, speakers projected sounds characteristic of the city streets or rain."

Svetlana Sokolovawww.composersukraine.org; Kiev, Ukraine
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"Both Kuo and Yee have garnered an impressive wealth of accolades... As a duo, they're dynamite."

The Telegram, St. John's, CanadaSHARE

"I can't imagine my Sonata being better played than it was with Lynn Kuo and Gregory Oh."

Elizabeth Raum, composerSHARE

Violinist Lynn Kuo, pianist Marianna Humetska to join Thirteen Strings March 2 for concert including Corelli, Warlock, and a world premiere by Alice Ping Yee Ho February 29, 2012

Ottawa Citizen
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Canadian Violinist and Ukrainian Pianist Give a Concert for Valentine's Day

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World-Famous Duo "Les AMIS" Performs in Mukachevo

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Violinist Lynn Kuo, pianist Marianna Humetska to join Thirteen Strings March 2 for concert including Corelli, Warlock, and a world premiere by Alice Ping Yee Ho. "The concert will include ... two works by Hong Kong-born Canadian composer Alice Ping Yee Ho, whose music is described as combining “Chinese and classical influences in an intoxicating blend.” The concert will include her Capriccio Ballo, a double concerto that will feature the Toronto duo of violinist Lynn Kuo and pianist Marianna Humetska. Ho wrote the piece for the two musicians. Kuo and Humetska will also be featured in the premiere of Ho’s The Four Arts for violin, piano and strings, commissioned by Thirteen Strings and including Anna Guo on the Chinese hammered dulcimer known as the Yangqin." This piece is written especially for violinist Lynn Kuo, pianist Marianna Humetska, Yangqin player Anna Guo, commissioned by Ottawa Thirteen Strings with conductor Kevin Mallon—(Alice Ping Yee Ho)"

Ottawa Citizen
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Violinist Lynn Kuo Returns To Her Roots "Premiering works, especially ones that have been specifically composed for me in mind, is always thrilling."

Heidi WicksThe Telegram; St. John's, Canada; 2008
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Les AMIS ConcertsLes AMIS Concerts 31rst season. Founding Artistic Director, Michael Pepa Chef de l'ensemble, Lynn Kuohttp://www.lesamisconcerts.org
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Holistic Health and the Prevention of Performance-related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Orchestral String MusiciansDoctor of Musical Arts dissertationhttp://hdl.handle.net/1807/32796
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Karol Szymanowski - La Fontaine d'Aréthuse, from Mythes, Op. 30Lynn Kuo, violin; Erika Crinò, piano; Daisuke Takeya, painter
Elements of Essence concert
Les AMIS Concerts
Toronto, December 2012
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Claude Debussy - Sonata for violin and piano, I. Allegro vivoKuo-Humetska Duo (Lynn Kuo & Marianna Humetska)
Recorded at Gallery 345; Toronto, Canada; 2010
Audio engineer: Dennis Patrick
Videography and video editing: Jasper Hitchcock
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Gabriel Prokofiev - Sleeveless Scherzo for solo violin and solo dancer (2007) - Dance filmLynn Kuo, violin
Angela Blumberg, dancer/choreographer
Filmed in Toronto, December 29, 2013
Videography and video editing by Augusto Monk.
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Johann Sebastian Bach - Sonata in A minor for solo violin (BWV 1003), I. Grave"Out of the Fog" Rogers TV
Newfoundland, Canada
September, 2012
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Lynn Kuo with Rajkó Band (Gypsy orchestra) - Reményi Fly My SwallowEde Reményi - Fly My Swallow

Canadian violinist Lynn Kuo makes a surprise appearance with the Rajkó Band, Hungary's renowned 55-member gypsy orchestra and national treasure.

Hungarian television broadcast

Les AMIS European Tour 2009
Budapest, Hungary
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
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Michael Pepa/Dennis Patrick - Squamish for violin and electroacoustic sound (2006)Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, Toronto, CanadaVIEWSHARE
Aram Khachaturian - Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano, I. Andante con doloreChristine Carter, Clarinet
Lynn Kuo, Violin
Anna Petrova, Piano

Opera America Recital Hall
New York, USA
December 2013
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Aram Khachaturian - Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano, II. AllegroChristine Carter, Clarinet
Lynn Kuo, Violin
Anna Petrova, Piano

Opera America Recital Hall
New York, USA
December 2013
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Aram Khachaturian - Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano, III. Moderato - YouTubeChristine Carter, Clarinet
Lynn Kuo, Violin
Anna Petrova, Piano

Opera America Recital Hall
New York, USA
December 2013
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Ernest Chausson Concerto for violin, piano, and string quartet, Op. 21, II. SicilienneLynn Kuo, violin
Marianna Humetska, piano
Penderecki Quartet: Jeremy Bell, Jerzy Kaplanek, violins; Christine Vlajk, viola; Simon Fryer, cello

Les AMIS Tour 2009
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Timisoara Filarmonica Banatul Hall; Timisoara, Romania
April 25, 2009
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Mario Davidovsky - Synchronisms No. 9, 1 of 2Lynn Kuo, violin
Mario Davidovsky Synchronisms No. 9 for violin and tape (1988)

Les AMIS Concerts
Toronto, Canada, 2006
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Mario Davidovsky - Synchronisms No. 9, 2 of 2Lynn Kuo, violin
Mario Davidovsky Synchronisms No. 9 for violin and tape (1988)

Les AMIS Concerts
Toronto, Canada, 2006
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Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons, "Spring", I. Allegro with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra of BulgariaOrpheus Chamber Orchestra (Bulgaria)
Raitcho Hristov, conductor

Les AMIS European Tour 2007
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Sofia, Bulgaria
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Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons, "Spring", II. Largo with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra of BulgariaOrpheus Chamber Orchestra (Bulgaria)
Raitcho Hristov, conductor

Les AMIS European Tour 2007
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Sofia, Bulgaria
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Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons, "Spring", III. Allegro pastorale with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra of BulgariaOrpheus Chamber Orchestra (Bulgaria)
Raitcho Hristov, conductor

Les AMIS European Tour 2007
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Sofia, Bulgaria
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Michael Pepa - Fantaisie bohémienne (2005) - 1 of 3Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Nadja Leonidova, piano
Raitcho Hristov, conductor

Les AMIS European Tour 2005
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Pernik, Bulgaria
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Michael Pepa - Fantaisie bohémienne (2005) 2 of 3Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Nadja Leonidova, piano
Raitcho Hristov, conductor

Les AMIS European Tour 2005
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Pernik, Bulgaria
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Michael Pepa - Fantaisie bohémienne (2005) - 3 of 3Lynn Kuo, violin
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Nadja Leonidova, piano
Raitcho Hristov, conductor

Les AMIS European Tour 2005
Michael Pepa, Artistic Director
Pernik, Bulgaria
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Gabriel Prokofiev - Sleeveless Scherzo for solo violin and solo dancer (2007) - Live in concertGabriel Prokofiev Sleeveless Scherzo
Lynn Kuo, violin & Angela Blumberg, dancer/choreographer
University of Toronto New Music Festival
Toronto, January 2014
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Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
2014
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Solo Violin

Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata No. 1 in G minor
Sonata No. 2 in A minor
Partita No. 1 in B minor
Partita No. 2 in D minor
Partita No. 3 in E major
Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté
Caprice No. 5 (Danse marocaine)
Caprice No. 8 (Élégie)
Fritz Kreisler
Recitativo and Scherzo-Caprice
Steven Mackey
Interior Design (2003)
Niccolò Paganini
Caprices No. 9, 13, 14, 16, 17, 20
Michael Pepa
Metamorphose (2002) - WORLD PREMIERE
Gabriel Prokofiev
Sleeveless Scherzo for violin and dancer (2007)
Sergei Prokofiev
Sonata for solo violin, Op. 115
André Prévost
Improvisation pour violon (1976)
Eugène Ysaÿe
Sonata No. 3, "Ballade"
Sonata No. 4


Electroacoustic

Mario Davidovsky
Synchronisms No. 9 for violin and tape (1988)
John Oliver
Am Bushed for violin, guitar, and surround audio (2009) - WORLD PREMIERE
Michael Pepa/Dennis Patrick
Squamish for violin and electroacoustic sound (2006) - WORLD PREMIERE
Avalon Rusk
Calling Loons for violin and electroacoustics (2007) - WORLD PREMIERE


With Orchestra

Ernest Chausson
Poème
Antonin Dvořák
Romance
Concerto in A minor
Alice Ping Yee Ho
Si Yi - The Four Arts for violin, piano, yangqin and string orchestra (2012) - WORLD PREMIERE
Aram Khachaturian
Concerto in D minor
Alexina Louie
Thunder Gate for violin and orchestra (1990)
Felix Mendelssohn
Concerto in E minor, Op. 64
Concerto in D minor for violin and strings
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216
Concerto No. 4 in D major, K.218
Concerto No. 5 in A major, K. 219
Michael Pepa
Fantaisie bohémienne (2005) - WORLD PREMIERE
Metamorphose (2003) - WORLD PREMIERE
Musical Offering (2013) - WORLD PREMIERE
ISOMORPHE for violin, accordion, mezzo-soprano, and ensemble (2008) - WORLD PREMIERE
Camille Saint-Saëns
Concerto No. 3 in B minor
Havanaise
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
Pablo de Sarasate
Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20
Timothy Sullivan
Double Concerto for violin and cello (1994)
Henri Vieuxtemps
Concerto No. 5 in A minor
Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto Op. 8, No. 1 in E major, "La Primavera" from "Four Seasons"


Chamber Music

Charles-Valentin Alkan
Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 31
William Bolcom
Suite for violin and cello
Johannes Brahms
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 60
Piano Trio No. 1 in B major. Op. 8b
Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor, Op. 101
Horn Trio in E flat major, Op. 40
John Burke
Mysterium for violin and guitar (2000)
Ernest Chausson
Concerto for violin, piano, and string quartet, Op. 21
Aaron Copland
Appalachian Spring
Katarina Curcin
…walking away from... for string quartet (2005)
Trio: I. Gypsies (2009), III. Unorthodox Obsession (2012) for violin, cello, piano
Antonin Dvořák
Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81
Piano Quartet in E flat major, Op. 87
Bass Quintet in G major, Op. 77
Scott Godin
Manusa for violin and guitar (2008) - WORLD PREMIERE
Beverley Grigsby
Dithyrambos for violin and cello (1974)
Trio for violin, clarinet, piano (1994)
James Harley
Duol for violin, acoustic guitar, and sound files (2009) - WORLD PREMIERE
Aram Khachaturian
Trio for clarinet, violin, and piano
Kevin Lau
Edge of the Sky (2010)
Clarinet, Violin, Piano
David Lidov
Fifteen ReInventions - Covers and Commentaries on the Fifteen Inventions of J.S. Bach for violin and cello
Duo for two violins (2010) - WORLD PREMIERE
String Quartet
Steven Mackey
Humble River for violin, viola, cello, flute (1997)
Kristy McGarity
How the Hell Are You Feeling? for violin and guitar (1998)
Felix Mendelssohn
Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 66
Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 49
Olivier Messiaen
Quartet for the End of Time for violin, cello, clarinet, piano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Quartet in G minor, K. 478
Kelly-Marie Murphy
Give Me Phoenix Wings to Fly for violin, cello, piano (2002)
Jason Nett
Trio for violin, flute, guitar
Duet No. 1 and No. 2 for violin and guitar
Kenneth Nichols
Trio for flute, violin, piano (2003) - WORLD PREMIERE
John Oliver
A Dream of Africa for violin and guitar (2006)
Michael Pepa
Kattajjaq for violin, cello, piano, clarinet(s), accordion (2006) - WORLD PREMIERE
Moldovenesca for violin, clarinet, piano
Duo for Violynn and Winoncello (for violin and cello) (2009) - WORLD PREMIERE
Felipe Ramírez-Rodríguez
Reto for violin and electronics (2013) - WORLD PREMIERE
Elizabeth Raum
Phoenix for violin and percussion ensemble (2007) - WORLD PREMIERE with NEXUS
Maurice Ravel
Piano Trio in A minor
Duo for violin and cello
Paul Richards
Asphalt Gypsy for violin and guitar (1999)
Nina Rota
Trio for flute, violin, piano (1958)
Franz Schubert
Quintet Op. 114, "The Trout"
Octet in F major, Op. 166
Erwin Schulhoff
Duo for violin and cello (1925)
Robert Schumann
Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op. 44
Dmitri Shostakovich
Piano Trio No.2 in E minor, Op. 67
String Quartet No. 3 in F major, Op. 73
String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110
Piano Quintet, Op. 57
David Smooke
Dance Music for violin and guitar (2000)
Igor Stravinsky
Septet
Claude Vivier
Piece for violin and clarinet
Alejandro Viñao
Phrase and Fiction for string quartet and computer (1994-5)
Tumblers for violin, marimba, and computer (1989)
Cuaderno del Ritmo for nine players and conductor (2000-1)
Iannis Xenakis
Hunem-Iduhey for violin and cello (1996)
*Canadian Composer
César Franck
Sonata in A major
I. Allegretto ben moderato
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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César Franck
Sonata in A major
II. Allegro
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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César Franck
Sonata in A major
III. Recitativo - Fantasia
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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César Franck
Sonata in A major
IV. Allegretto poco mosso
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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Astor Piazzolla
Milonga en re
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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Michael Pepa
Fantaisie bohémienne
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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Nino Rota
Improvviso en re minore
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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Igor Frolov
Concert Fantasy on Themes from Gershwin's 'Porgy and Bess', Op. 19
Lynn Kuo, violin & Marianna Humetska, piano
from LOVE: Innocence, Passion, Obsession
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Paul Nero, arr. Florian Zabach
The Hot Canary
Lynn Kuo, violin; Marianna Humetska, piano
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Erwin Schulhoff
Duo for violin and cello
II. Zingaresca: Allegro giocoso
Winona Zelenka, cello
Live recording by Ron Searles.
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Maurice Ravel
Duo for violin and cello
IV. Vif, avec entrain
Winona Zelenka, cello
Live recording by Ron Searles.
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Claude Debussy, arr. A. Roelens
Clair de Lune
Thomas Yee, piano
Live recording by CBC Radio
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