Canadian pianist Jacqueline Woods is known for exciting, dynamic playing and accessible presentation.She commands a wide range of repertoire but has a particular love for the world of chamber music.
Jacqueline’s musical career has taken her around the world – from Budapest to New York. She is an advanced candidate of the SUNY Doctor of Musical Arts program and holds additional degrees from the University of Ottawa, the University of Saskatchewan, the London College of Music and Hungary’s Liszt Academy of Music.
These days, you’ll find Jacqueline working as a communications consultant and pursuing a PhD in Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan’s Johnson Shoyama Graduate School, where she focuses on Aboriginal Economic Development and enjoys traveling to communities across the province. In her spare time, she performs chamber music, advocates for the arts, renovates her 100-year-old home and spends time at Wakaw Lake with her husband and miniature dachshund.