Aisslinn Nosky is a versatile and charismatic musician who brings passion and fervour to every project she
pursues. She performs in solo and chamber music recitals across North America, Europe and Asia and is in demand as an orchestral leader and concerto soloist. Aisslinn is a member of Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and concertmaster of the Handel and Haydn Society.
As Co-Artistic Director of I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble (www.ifuriosi.com), Aisslinn has helped to bring an enthusiastic new audience to Baroque music. For over a decade, I FURIOSI has presented its own flamboyant and inventive concert series in Toronto. The group also tours extensively with recent appearances at Tage Alter Musik (Regensburg, Germany), the Galway Early Music Festival, the Lameque International Baroque Festival, the Mosel Musikfestival, the Indianapolis Early Music Festival, and the Montreal Baroque Festival. In December of 2008, the group’s latest disc “CRAZY”, was released by Sono Luminus. In 2007 the ensemble became the first classical music group to headline Toronto’s Pride celebrations. I FURIOSI released its first self-produced CD “Defiled Is My (Middle) Name” to great critical acclaim in 2006.
With the Eybler Quartet, she explores repertoire from the first century of the string quartet (approx. 1730-1830) on period instruments. Its world premiere recording of Joseph Leopold Eybler’s Op.1 String Quartets is available on the Analekta label (www.eyblerquartet.com) and the group released its recording of Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet with English clarinettist Jane Booth in September, 2011.
For more information about Aisslinn and her current projects please visit www.aisslinn.com