Jaclyn PaigeJaclyn Paige started singing at an early age in various school and church choirs in the Los Angeles area. Quickly after pursuing a career in voice performance at CSUN, she fell in love with choral music. She transferred to Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education. While Jaclyn was there, she sang with the renowned Williamson Voices, Schola Cantorum, and Westminster Symphonic Choir at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Kimmel Center, and Lincoln Center. 
Ms. Paige moved back to California in 2011 and taught for a few years at the elementary and middle school level while holding a position as music director at St. John Eudes Catholic Church. During that time, Ms. Paige taught for six years at Notre Dame High School as Choral Director as well as working in the Theology and Campus Ministry departments as instructor, liturgist, and retreat coordinator.
During her two years as Choral Director at Panorama High School, Ms. Paige earned her Master’s Degree in Choral Conducting at California State University of Los Angeles. Now, she serves as Director of the Vocal Arts Academy at CHAMPS High School for the Arts in Van Nuys. Jaclyn continues to sing in the Greater Los Angeles area through various choirs, cantoring at different churches, and can be heard in a variety of recordings of an array of styles and genres. She is actively co-directing the internationally renowned ensemble The Sunday Night Singers, and is excited to join Arete this season!