Chloe Matamoros

Summer Ensemble 2024


Chloe Matamoros is an actor, singer, mover, writer. Appearing in two Toronto productions recently, Chloe wrote an autobiographical piece on classical singing. Chloe is a member of Summer Ensemble 2024.


Chloe Matamoros Summer Ensemble 2024

About Chloe Matamoros

Chloe Matamoros, actor, singer, mover, and writer. Chloe acted in two Toronto productions recently, playing Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Red Sand-Castle Theatre and Mary Ann in Better Living with Alumnae Theatre. She performed in the Tarragon Greenhouse Festival with the new work, Pictures at an Exhibition as a storyteller and opera singer. Chloe wrote an autobiographical piece on classical singing, titled Voice: Song and Scream which she performed at the Toronto Fringe 2023. Voice: Song and Scream includes storytelling, dialogue, movement choreography, original songs and opera. Chloe performs with Chroma Vocal Ensemble recently touring to Montreal to sing at Podium, a bi-annual choral festival. They also write and perform their original music. Chloe is often inspired by an artist training program, that was very formative for them, the Soulpepper City Youth Academy which she took in 2014, from which she draws inspiration for collective art making using exercises like vocal improvisations, and song sharing. Chloe looks forward to bringing new dreams to life as a writer, creator, singer and actor. Chloe also teaches voice and piano, and has extensive experience working in outdoor education with children.

Chloe is a member of the Summer Ensemble 2024 program. 


Chloe studied opera, art song and theatre at Dalhousie University graduating with a Bachelor of Music in 2022. Chloe learned about devised creation, and collaborative music improvisation and theatre through the Soulpepper City Youth Academy in 2014. At Dalhousie Chloe worked with Michael Kennard in a clowning workshop that was very formative.

Work Experience

Chloe works as a voice and piano teacher with Kitchen Music in Toronto. She facilitates an after-school drama program at Waldorf Academy for children ages six and seven. She also works at Il Fornello, an Italian restaurant. In Halifax, Chloe worked at Andrea’s music studio as a full-time piano and voice teacher in 2022. Chloe has worked with Xara Choral Theatre as a performer with their touring show Rings Through Water bridging social justice and choreographed choral performance. Previously, Chloe’s work experience is primarily in outdoor education with the Evergreen Brickworks and the Pine Project, engaging children ages five to twelve in creative play, group singing and personal discovery of Toronto’s nature spaces.


Summer Ensemble is a one of a kind work experience for artists pursuing a career in the Canadian theatre industry.

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