Joyce's debut solo album 'Écho' is nominated for an Opera Award. Winners of the 2018 International Opera Awards sponsored by Mazars will be announced at a red carpet ceremony on Monday 9th April. Both Joyce and tenor Michael Spyres'
The Royal Opera House Magazine has a fascinating piece in its current issue that delves into the uncovering of Donizetti's L'Ange de Nisida. Joyce will star in the world premiere July 18-21, details here.
The Canadian Opera Company has announced their 2018/19 season, which opens with Tchaikovsky’s well-loved opera Eugene Onegin. The production will star Joyce El-Khoury as Tatyana and Gordon Bintner in the title role. For a full list of the cast/creative team
Tune in to Teatro Real's LIVE FEED of Puccini's La Bohème (2pm EST, 7pm GMT, 8pm CET)! Joyce is Musetta, Anita Hartig is Mimi, Stephen Costello is Rodolfo, Joan Martin-Royo is Schaunard, Etienne Dupuis is Marcello, Mika Kares is Colline,
CBC Music is offering Joyce's debut solo album, ÉCHO, as a free stream 'FirstPlay' starting today, ramping up for the CD's digital release on September 8! If you're in Canada, you can enjoy this perk here. Either way, there's a
Here's the word from the twitter-sphere about Joyce's performances as Violetta in Glynebourne's La traviata: Amazing La Traviata at Glyndebourne yesterday. @JoyceSoprano was incredible. Great end to my 2017 season. Already looking forward to 2018. — Maggie C (@Maggie_C30) August 26, 2017 Birthday
Best of all, however, was Lebanese-Canadian soprano Joyce El-Khoury as Violetta. The role needs someone beautiful, with a sensational voice, slim build (so that the tuberculosis looks believable) and great acting skills, especially in the final despairing act and El-Khoury had all of those in abundance. I had seen her in the same role at the Royal Opera House earlier this year and was stunned by her performance. At Glyndebourne, it was even better with the deceptive simplicity of the sets accentuating the effectiveness and glory of her performance. Glyndebourne always tries hard to bring something special to its productions without ever overdoing it. In May, I had thought their La Traviata was as close to perfection as one could hope for. This time I thought it was, if anything, even better."
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.