Isabella D’Éloize Perron

Isabella D’Éloize Perron, violinist, pianist and singer, was born in 2000, in Florida. At the age of two, she started the violin with Ghislaine Dufour, her grandmother. From the age of three, Isabella performed on concert stage in Florida with her mother, a professional concert cellist and pedagogue.

Since age five, Perron has been living in Montreal with her mother and three sisters pursuing studies in violin at the conservatory of Montreal and piano.

Perron is the winner of numerous regional competitions throughout Quebec and first place recipient at the national Canadian Music Competition. Judges describe her as a complete young musician, with a remarkable musical maturity, spirit and intensity, a sincere musicality and a great stage presence. In October 2007 and October 2009, the string orchestra I MUSICI, invited her to perform in their very popular series of four concerts entitled Stars of the Future in the Montreal Ogilvy concert hall. La Presse music critic Claude Gingras, described her as “a player with the assurance of a professional artist” and of her vocal talents “she served us two songs from Edith Piaf’s repertoire and sang with such poise that it was almost scandalous… the impression was that we were hearing a young 20 years old woman!!”

In 2008 Perron was chosen to participate in a TV show with well-known artist Gregory Charles. The duo performed a total of ten musical variety TV shows where an audience of over two million people heard her talents. Perron’s album , landed in the 10 best seller list in Quebec when it was released in the Spring of 2012. Since then, Perron has been a guest for various fund raising events for numerous Montreal and national charities. From 2009 to 2011, Perron portrayed Gregory Charles as a child in the show MusicMan where she performed as a singer and violinist. Charles and Perron have performed a total of 80 shows all over the province of Quebec.

In the summer of 2014, Perron was a first prize winner at the national Canadian Music Competition and the first prize winner at the Nationals in Kelowna, BC. She is a student of Bill VanderSloot at Mount Royal University Conservatory.