Jocelyne Roy has been a member of the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne since 2008.
Miss Roy holds a degree in Professional Studies from the Manhattan School of Music in New York, with Professor Robert Langevin, and received the Prix d’Europe in 2005. 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.
Jocelyne got to the semi-finals for the 2008 edition of Jean-Pierre Rampal International competition, and as principal flute, she toured in 2006 with the World Orchestra in Verbier (Switzerland) under the direction of Maestro Herbert Bloomstedt and Maestro Claus Peter Flor.
As a concert artist, Jocelyne Roy joined various ensembles including the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Les Violons du Roy, Sinfonia Orchestra at the Manhattan School of Music, Orchestre symphonique du Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal (2002) and Orchestre symphonique des jeunes de Montréal.
In fall of 2003, Jocelyne won the second prize in the woodwind category for the MSO competition.
In 2002-2003 she participated for the DEBUT Inc. and Jeunes Artistes Radio-Canada, where her two recitals were broadcast on Radio-Canada station.
Jocelyne Roy is a current teacher at Sherbrooke University and Schulich Music School of Mcgill.