In addition to his education as an instrumentalist, Canadian violist Isaac Chalk has also worked extensively as a choral singer and attended the Maîtrise des Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal in his earlier years. He is a graduate of McGill University, where he was a recipient of many awards, including the Lloyd Carr-Harris String Scholarship and the prestigious Golden Violin Award. In 2011, Mr. Chalk had his Koerner Hall debut performing Béla Bartók’s Viola Concerto. In 2013, he was named principal viola of Les Violons du Roy and since then has performed with the orchestra in their regular series as well as at the Lanaudière Festival and on a tour in Europe. Mr. Chalk has been generously supported by the Sylva Gelber Music Foundation and the Canada Council for the Arts.