Biography

Jacqueline Marshall is a professional harpist and the founder of the Contemporary Performance Collective. Jacqueline performs with many orchestras, including the Long Beach Ballet Orchestra, the Pacific Opera Project and the San Luis Obispo Symphony. Jacqueline frequently travels to Charleston, SC where she plays with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and Opera Charleston. Jacqueline has recorded for dozens of major motion pictures, and has appeared on such shows as America’s Got Talent, Glee and Rod Stewart: Merry Christmas Baby, a PBS Christmas Special. Jacqueline has appeared as a featured soloist with Symphony Irvine, the UCLA Symphony Orchestra, the La Sierra University Orchestra and at the Banff Music Festival. Jacqueline received a B.A. from UCLA, a Professional Studies Diploma in Harp Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and an M.M. from UCLA.

In addition to performing, Jacqueline is very involved in teaching.  In 2006, she helped to form The Harp In Our Public Schools Project, which provides free harp lessons to children in underserved public schools.  Jacqueline is currently on faculty as Adjunct Lecturer of Harp at La Sierra University. Jacqueline has also been a regular recitalist and lecturer for the Gluck Foundation’s Music Outreach Program, and has been a guest lecturer at UCLA Extension.