Violinist and vocalist Isabella d’Éloize Perron has been performing concerts for audience since she was five years old, and made guest appearances with the Orchestre Métropolitain and the I Musici String Ensemble before she turned 10. She has also appeared as a soloist with the Peninsula Symphony in San Francisco, the National Theater Orchestra in Prague, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vancouver Symphony and many other orchestras. Isabella studied with violinist Bill Van der Sloot.

Isabella’s distinctions include first prize at the International Radio Competition Concertino Praga organized by Czech Radio, which earned her a tour in the Czech Republic, second prize at the Klein International String Competition (San Francisco), and first prize at the Canadian National Music Festival as well as the Canadian Music Competition.

Isabella plays a Jean-Batiste Vuillaume 1850 violin with a Nicolas Maline bow graciously lent by Canimex of Drummondville (Quebec), Canada.

Isabella earns a Grand Prize at the Stepping Stone of Canadian Music Competition in Calgary.

She is proclaimed as the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s Emerging Artist for their 2017-18 season.

Isabella receives second prize in the strings category of the Klein International Competition.

High River Gift of Music welcomes Isabella to our stage as a Young Musician Extraordinare.

Since it was released in spring 2012, her album Isabella 12 has been among the 10 best sellers in Quebec.

A player with the assurance of a professional artist … as a singer she served us two songs from Edith Piaf’s repertoire and sang with such poise that it was almost scandalous…

Claude Gingras | La Presse