Photo by Maarit Kytöharju
Composer Maija Hynninen (b. 1977) is working in the areas of concert music, electronic instrument design and multidisciplinary performances. The essence of her music builds on the unique moments where the parameters of this world are slightly altered to allow a glimpse of another reality to be present. It can be a moment where the timbre of purely acoustical writing gives surprising results or when electronics project sounds into another domain, another space and reality.
Hynninen entered the Sibelius Academy in 2003 (M.Mus. 2011) to study with Paavo Heininen while also working for a violin diploma at the Norwegian Academy of Music. The studies in electronics continued at IRCAM Cursus 2012–13. She holds a PhD in Music Composition from UC Berkeley, where she studied mainly with Franck Bedrossian, Carmine Cella, Edmund Campion, Cindy Cox, Myra Melford, and Ken Ueno.
in the universe everyth ng is a circle (2020)
Heather Roche, contrabass clarinet
Maija Hynninen, electronics
Solace (2022) for violin, electronics, lights and video, Maria Puusaari violin
Starting at 1h 5min