Born into a family with musical tradition, began studying cello under the guidance of her father, first cellist of the Sicilian Symphony Orchestra in Palermo (Italy). Graduate of the National University of Music Bucharest, Andreea Ţimiraş improved her artistry skills attending numerous Master Courses with David Geringas (cello) and the Abegg Trio (chamber music). Member of Sicilian Symphony Orchestra 2001-2015, guest cellist of the Romanian National Radio Orchestra, George Enescu Philharmonic and National Bucharest Opera since 2013, performs also solo and chamber music both at home and abroad (Paris, Ponds, Bordeaux – France, Bruxelles – Belgium, Stockholm – Sweden, Den Haag – Holland, Rome, Milano, Ravello, Venezia, Palermo – Italy, Madrid, Toledo, Valladolid, Granada – Spain, Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt – Germany, Buenos Aires, Rosario – Argentina, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia, Lima – Peru, Trancoso – Brasil, New York – USA, Beijing, Ningbo – China), and approaches different musical genres like early music with the BAROCkers ensemble, contemporary repertoire for which received several special awards, argentinian tango with Innovative String Quintet, or traditional romanian repertoire together with the succesful world music fusion group Imago Mundi. In October 2013, Andreea Ţimiraş became scientific researcher of the Early Music Centre – National University of Music Bucharest, chamber music teacher at Dinu Lipatti National College of Arts in Bucharest and in 2019 chamber music Adjunct Professor at National University of Music Bucharest.