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Caleb Georges is a renowned violist known for his powerful musicality and captivating charisma, leaving an indelible mark in the world of chamber music. Originating from the picturesque island of St. Lucia, Caleb's musical journey began at the age of 7 with piano at the St. Lucia School of Music. At the age of 13, his path took a transformative turn as he embraced the viola, a decision that led him to leave his homeland and pursue his musical education in the United States.


During his academic pursuits in the United States, Caleb swiftly rose to prominence in both solo and chamber competitions. Notably, in 2015, he clinched first prize at the prestigious Douglas Wayland Chamber Music Competition as a member of the Max Trio. His remarkable talent further shone through as he secured first prizes in the 2018 Dale & Nancy Briggs Chamber Music Competition and the 2019 WDAV Young Chamber Musicians Competition, performing with his former group, the Ivalas Quartet. Caleb's virtuosity earned him a coveted spot in the spotlight when he took third prize in the 2019 senior division Sphinx Competition, leading him to solo with the esteemed Sphinx Symphony Orchestra at Detroit's Orchestra Hall, a momentous occasion showcased on live broadcasts by the Violin Channel and Detroit public television.


As a highly sought-after chamber musician, Caleb has had the privilege to collaborate with numerous esteemed ensembles and artists across North America. Notably, he joined the conductor-less string chamber ensemble Sphinx Virtuosi, embarking on nationwide tours that featured performances at iconic venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Library of Congress. He has also graced the stage as a soloist and collaborator with prominent artists, including the Calidore String Quartet, Danielle Belen, David Ying, Axel Strauss, Stéphane Lemelin, Patricia Terry-Ross, Imani Winds, Rolston String Quartet, and others. Caleb's artistry can be appreciated on the recently released album "Bach: Partitas" on Spotify, recorded with the Royal Academy and Glenn Gould School under the direction of Trevor Pinnock.


Caleb's musical journey has been further enriched by his association with the Dior Quartet, leading to management under the prestigious Concert Artist Guild in New York. With the Dior Quartet, Caleb has graced concert stages across Europe, Australia, and North America, participating in various programs and chamber series, including the Mostly Modern Music Festival and the Banff String Quartet: Evolution in collaboration with the Tippet Rise Art Center.


Academically accomplished, Caleb holds a Bachelor of Music in Viola Performance from Bowling Green State University under the mentorship of Matthew Daline. He was honored as a recipient of the Sphinx full tuition award and pursued his master's degree at the University of Michigan, specializing in both Viola Performance and Chamber Music, under the tutelage of Caroline Coade. Caleb also attended Indiana University as a recipient of a string quartet fellowship, studying with Mark Holloway and the award-winning Pacifica Quartet. Caleb was also a 2022/2023 Rebanks Fellow and is currently a string quartet fellow at the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory with the Dior Quartet. 

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