What has the press said about Jacqueline?
Jacqueline's portrait was featured in an exhibit by photographer Veronika Roux. "Opera Faces & Words" ran at the Canadian Opera Company's Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in 2016, and can be seen at:
As Waldvogel (Forest Bird) in the Canadian Opera Company's production of Siegfried, 2016:
Keira Grant, “Review: Siegfried”, www.mooneyontheatre.com/2016/01/24/review-siegfried-canadian-opera-company/ January 24, 2016.
Robert Harris, “A Stunning Siegfried at the COC”, www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/music/a-stunning-siegfried-at-the-coc/article28365474 January 24, 2016.
Le portrait de Jacqueline est en vedette dans une exposition par la photographe Veronika Roux. "Opera Faces & Words" a tourné au Centre Four Seasons for the Performing Arts du Canadian Opera Company en 2016 et se trouve maintenant ici:
Opera lovers who are in it for the singing should follow the career of Jacqueline Woodley. Her sunny, golden voice is perfect for the woodland bird who magically guides the fearless hero Siegfried. The same metallic edge that lends brightness to the sweetness of her timbre allowed her to cut through the orchestra effortlessly, a true feat for the lighter voice that is needed for this role.
Jacqueline Woodley an innocent, free Forest Bird... It’s not unusual for some of the voices in a Wagner cast to be a little weaker than the others. Not in this Seigfried. Every performer was at the top of their game.