BMus, MM, DMA
A Hamilton based violin and viola performer and pedagogue, Caitlin Boyle is currently a member of Sinfonia Toronto, the Niagara Symphony Orchestra, and the Isabel String Quartet. She has performed with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Munich Symphoniker, and was the violist of the Cecilia String Quartet from 2006-2018.
Caitlin’s passion for music education has led her to teach at Western University (as visiting viola professor), the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto (as adjunct professor and resident artist), Mooredale Youth Orchestras (as the chamber music coordinator), in addition to teaching students across the Canada, US, Spain, UK, Italy, and the UAE. She also co-founded Xenia Concerts, events tailored for and welcoming of families living with autism.
She began her musical studies with Lorraine Dargavel at the Hamilton Suzuki School of Music when she was three years old. Caitlin received her Suzuki training through Lorraine and at the Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institute.
“I play with children so that I can learn from them.” ― Shinichi Suzuki