Joyce stopped by Opera News to talk about Violetta (which she'll be performing with Glyndebourne August 1-27), her career and her upcoming Donizetti world-premiere event with the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in the New Year! Watch and listen here.
Mark Pullinger at Bachtrack met up with Joyce at The Delaunay while she was in London for her Royal Opera House debut. The result of their chat was this feature. “My queen is Maria Callas. I love the colours, I love the
In anticipation of Lebanese-Canadian soprano Joyce El-Khoury’s Royal Opera House debut on January 16, the Sunday Express has released a feature on her. El-Khoury will sing the role of Violetta in Richard Eyre’s La traviata production conducted by Daniele Rustioni. She
Joyce is featured in today's Ottawa Citizen in advance of her upcoming concert with the uOttawa Orchestra February 5 (tickets here) where she will perform the Four Last Songs to honour her old teacher, Ingemar Korjus, on the occasion of
Her instrument a youthful lirico-spinto, with a kaleidoscope of tone colours, from the ethereal, Montserrat Caballé-like pianissimi to full-throat forte, not to mention an exceptionally long breath-line. Her exquisite pianissimo high A at the end of “Addio del passato” was
Joyce is featured in today’s Epoch Times. She opens her Violetta performances with the Canadian Opera Company tomorrow night! Click here for ticket information. “I think people to this day still value beauty, and honesty of emotion.
The article is in Finnish, so here are the original English answers (and questions) that Joyce sent in for the interview. Joyce performs the role of Violetta in the Savonlinna Festival's production of Verdi's la traviata, which opens July
"With Joyce El-Khoury in the role, Picker believes they’ve hit a home run. “I saw her perform a scene from Suor Angelica when she was a young artist at the Met in the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, I was
"Joyce El-Khoury not only sang these beautifully, but used her lovely smoky voice to give dramatic weight to Pauline's more vehement moments. She sings with a pleasantly warm vibrato, which takes her out of the direct line of French coloratura