University of Montreal (Canada)
McGill University Schulich School of Music (Canada)
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal(Canada)
From July 7th to July 13th
Jocelyne Roy is a member of the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne conducted by Lorraine Vaillancourt. Recipient of the Prix d’Europe 2005, Ms. Roy holds a Professional Studies degree from the Manhattan School of Music in New York with Professor Robert Langevin. Ms. Roy is also a graduate of the Prize with Great Distinction from the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal with Marie-Andrée Benny in 2003 and a Certificate of Superior Studies in orchestral excerpts from the University of Montreal in 2004. In 2003, she received the second prize in the category of the Woods Music Competition of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, which she completed under the supervision of Mr. Denis Bluteau in 2004.
At the Jean-Pierre Rampal International Competition in 2008, Ms. Roy went to the semifinals. In 2006, she participated in the world tour of the Orchestre de Verbier (Switzerland) as principal flute under the direction of Maestro Herbert Bloomstedt and Maestro Claus Peter Flor. Fellow of the Canada Council for the Arts, Ms. Roy is also a recipient of the Sylva Gelber Foundation.
As a concert artist, Ms. Roy joined various ensembles including Les Violons du Roy in 2011, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in 2004, the Sinfonia Orchestra of the Manhattan School of Music in 2005, the Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatoire de Montréal in 2002 and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Montreal in 2000.
In fall 2003, Jocelyne won the second prize in the category of the Woods Music Competition of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
In 2002-2003, she participated in the contest DEBUT inc. and Jeunes Artistes Radio-Canada, during which her two recitals have been broadcast on Radio-Canada.
Jocelyne Roy is a professor at the Schulich School of Music of McGill and at Orford Music.