Caitlin Boyle

Office: MB 335
Phone: (519) 661-2111 x81490

A JUNO-nominated performing artist, Caitlin Boyle concertized extensively for thirteen years with the Cecilia String Quartet. She won several international awards including Banff, Bordeaux, and Osaka String Quartet Competitions. The quartet was the John D. Stewart String Quartet-in-Residence at the University of Toronto from 2015-2018, where they coordinated the chamber music program, as well as holding positions as Adjunct Professors. Ms. Boyle received her doctorate from the University of Toronto in 2015 where she researched nonverbal communication in chamber music for her thesis.

Recently appointed violist of the Isabel Quartet, Ms. Boyle will serve as Adjunct Professor at Queen’s University in addition to her duties as a member of the resident quartet. Furthermore, she has a one-year position at Western Ontario as Viola Lecturer. Currently a member of Sinfonia Toronto and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra, she has also performed and toured with orchestras such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Munich Symphony Orchestra, and the Schleswig-Holstein Orchestral Academy.

Her passion for music education has led her to teach at Mooredale Youth Orchestras, Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, Taylor Academy at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Festival of the Sound Music Scores Program, Toronto District School Board, Central Okanagan School District, in addition to teaching students across the US, Spain, UK, Italy, and the UAE. Ms. Boyle also co-founded Xenia Concerts, events tailored for and welcoming of families living with autism.