Canadian violinist Aisslin Nosky used the violin in age 3, and received lessons from Vivian Pritchard in her hometown of Nanaimo, English Columbia. She went to the Nanaimo Conservatory, where she researched with Heilwig von Königslöw, with eight she offered her first general public performance using the CBC Vancouver Orchestra. She shifted to Toronto to wait the Glenn Gould College in the Royal Conservatory of Music, and she continuing her training in the Banff Center for the Arts as well as the Steans Music Institute from the Ravinia Event, where she performed using the Metro String Quartet from 1993 to 1999. Nosky toured Germany, Britain, Ireland, and america using the I Furiosi Baroque Outfit, which she co-founded. She was co-artistic movie director from the Eybler Quartet, and was an associate from the Canadian Opera Business Orchestra. She became a member of the time ensemble Tafelmusik in 2005, and in 2011 she became the concertmaster of Boston’s Handel and Haydn Culture. She has documented for Coro.