Born in Austria, Jacqueline Pischorn studied singing at the University of Music and Dramatic Art in Graz and at Trinity College of Music in London. During her time in London she worked with conductors Diego Masson, Peter Stark, Marios Papadopolous and studied contemporary music at the Britten-Pears School with Oliver Knussen and Rosemary Hardy.
A great success was a first performance of a piece (Kyng Orfeo), written for her by Ian Schofield, at Turner Sims Hall in Southampton, accompanied by pianist David Owen Norris.
Jacqueline works as a soloist for a large number of choral societies in the UK. She gives Lieder recitals in Austria and UK.
Her operatic repertoire includes Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos), Blonde (Entführung), Adele (Die Fledermaus), Titania (Midsummer Night’s Dream), Sophie (Rosenkavalier), Marzellina (Fidelio), Wood bird (Siegfried), Cupid (King Arthur), Venus (Venus and Adonis), Anima (La rappresentazione di anima e di corpo), Ännchen (Der Freischütz).
Jacqueline undertook intensive studies of the part of Lulu (Berg) while coaching German at Welsh National Opera’s production of Lulu 2013.