Tineke de Jong studied the violin at the Sweelinck Conservatorium with István Párkány and at the Banff Center of the Arts in Canada. She is currently in her 28th season of performing as a violinist in various classical symphonic and chamber orchestras. She also performed at dance productions of the Scapino-ballet, Rotterdam and in the series Schrijvers in Concert by Corrie van Binsbergen. She likes to improvise and released the CD Midday Moon in 2009, on which she can be heard playing with Albert van Veenendaal, Alan Purves and Hans Hasebos. Her next big production as a violinist is the opera Tannhäuser by Wagner and she is part of an improvisation trio, together with piano player Albert van Veenendaal and singer Jodi Gilbert, called Rara Avis (rare bird).
– Fuga from the sonata for violin solo by Bela Bártok, Yehudi Menuhin.
– Harlem Nocturne, composer Earle Hagen, arrangement Tineke de Jong, T. de Jong and Albert van Veenendaal
– Friendly fire, Albert van Veenendaal
– Dance sacrale from de Sacré du Printemps, Igor Stravinsky, Cleveland Orchestra conducted by Pierre Boulez
– Alouette-lulu from Catalogue d’oiseaux by Olivier Messiaen, Hakon Austbø, piano
– Cavatina from string quartet 13 opus 130, Ludwig van Beethoven, Alban Berg kwartet
– ‘Farbe’ from the fünf Orchesterstücke opus 16, Arnold Schönberg, Chicago Symphony orchestra
– Daydream, Ellington/Strayhorn; Albert van Veenendaal, Tineke de Jonge, Alan Purves and Hans Hasebos