Jacqueline Woodley is a Montreal-based musician: soprano, voice teacher and choral conductor. She conducts the women’s chamber choir Filles de l’île since 2016, with whom she worked as a replacement conductor and clinician for several years. A classical singer who is known for her fearless versatility, she changes styles fluidly from early music to modern creations, from opera to art song. Jacqueline has sung with many different companies, including the Canadian Opera Company, Philadelphia Opera, San Francisco Opera, Edmonton Opera, Pacific Opera Victoria, and with, among others, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, National Arts Centre of Canada Orchestra, Grands Ballets canadiens, Edmonton Symphony, Orchestre classique de Montréal and Les Boréades. She has cultivated her love of vocal pedagogy for many years and has a growing private studio. She works regularly as a vocal technique clinician with many different choirs and has been invited as a mentor to young operatic singers with such organizations as Opera Nuova, Tapestry Opera and Opera McGill. Jacqueline is currently writing her doctoral thesis on the physiological and psychological changes in professional classical singers following childbirth. Jacqueline holds a master’s in opera from McGill University, was member of the Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio (2010-2012), and holds an A.R.C.T. diploma in piano and theory from the Royal Conservatory of Music.