Violinist Aleksandr Snytkin joined the Dallas Symphony Orchestra
in 2008 and after one season moved to Norway to serve as assistant
concertmaster in Bergen Philharmonic, one of the oldest European
orchestras. He has been violinist with Lithuanian chamber
orchestra, New World Symphony Orchestra, Oslo Philharmonic, I
Palpiti chamber orchestra and served as a guest concertmaster with
Plano and Irving Symphony orchestras and Bergen Philharmonic
Snytkin received his Bachelor and Master degrees from Lithuanian
Music Academy and continued to pursue doctoral degree at the
University of Kansas and in 2007received the Artist Certificate at
Southern Methodist University in Dallas. His teachers include J.
Urba, R. Katilius, A. Fischer, B. Sayevich, E. Rosenblith, E.
Schmieder and Chee Yun Kim.
In 2003 Aleksandr made his American solo debut playing J. Brahms
violin concerto with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (Missouri)
as a winner of 2002 Hellam Young Artists competition. He was also a
guest violinist with Quartet Accorda and performed as chamber
musician with the Van Cliburn Competition gold medal winner,
Stanislav Ioudenitch and renowned violinist Anne Akiko Meyers among
others. Snytkin's solo and chamber music concerts took him to such
famous halls as Carnegie, Disney, Mozarteum Grosse Hall, YMCA
Jerusalem and many more in Lithuania, Czech Republic, Austria,
Germany, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Israel, Slovenia, Denmark and the
USA. A. Snytkin has been a member of ART and Daniel Piano trios and
actively performs as a chamber musician.
Aleksandr resides in Dallas together with his wife and two