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Omo Bello
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Nicolas Bacri
Paul Gay
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Choeur International
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Ludovic Tézier
Orchestre Toulouse
Jean Philippe Lafont
Opéra de Massy
Isabelle David piani

Isabelle David has performed as soloist with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Torùn Symphony Orchestra (Poland), Longueuil Symphony Orchestra, Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, Musicians from the World Symphony Orchestra, Trois-Rivières Symphony Orchestra, Drummondville Symphony Orchestra, Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal Symphony Orchestra, Montérégie Youth Symphony Orchestra, Sherbrooke Youth Symphony Orchestra, Longueuil chamber Orchestra and the Fribourg Youth Orchestra (Switzerland).

Isabelle’s great technical facility and musical personality has caught the attention of the public and juries in many competitions. In the past few years, she has won the $10,000 1st prize at the Concours de Musique Hélène-Roberge, 1st prize and the Most Promising Performer award at the CFMTA National Piano Competition, 1st prize and Grand Prize at the Canadian Music Competition, 2nd prize at the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Standard Life competition, 1st prize at the 22nd Trois-Rivières Symphony Orchestra competition, the Best Performance of the Required Work at the Knigge National Competition 2012 finals, 1st prize at the Quebec competitive Festival, 1st prize and the «Joseph Rouleau» award at the Festival de musique classique Pierre-de-Saurel, the 2012 Conservatoire de musique de Montréal concerto competition, a $5,000 award from the Père Lindsay Foundation, as well as the $10,000 piano scholarship from the Hnatyshyn Foundation, which is awarded each year to one pianist chosen from all Canadian music institutions and universities.

She has participated in many festivals in Canada, France, United States, Germany, Austria, Hungary and Poland and had the opportunity to perform in Carnegie Hall’s Weil recital Hall, the Governor General of Canada residence's Rideau Hall, Wilfrid-Pelletier Hall and Théâtre Maisonneuve.

Born to a family of musicians, Isabelle David started piano lessons at age eight with Madeleine Tremblay in Sherbrooke (Canada) and then studied in Montreal at the École de musique de Verdun with Yolande Gaudreau and Jean-François Latour. At age seventeen, she was accepted with a $15,000 Schulich Scholarship at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music. During her undergraduate studies, she has been awarded the Dorothy Morton Piano Scholarship, the Anna Paull Gertler Scholarships in Music, and the Phyllis Reeves Music Performance Award. Since 2011, she is pursuing her studies in Montreal under the tutelage of André Laplante.
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