Glyndebourne announced their 2017 summer lineup today which includes Joyce singing Violetta in their La traviata production directed by Tom Cairns with the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada. Full details here. Slippedisc.com also reported on this, here are their highlights.
The Royal Opera House in London has announced their 2016/17 season. Joyce will be making her company debut in their production of La traviata conducted by Daniele Rustioni and directed by Richard Eyre in January/February 2017. Joyce will
Congratulations to Joyce for receiving a St. Louis Theatre Circle Award for her outstanding work as the title role in Tobias Picker's EMMELINE with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis this past year! Monday was a good night for opera, too. Honors
Joyce el-Khoury awesome in entire Mary Stuart run. Sat nite exquisite. Brava! @JoyceSoprano #SOMaryStuart @SeattleOpera — Eugene Carlson (@mauryisl) March 13, 2016 @JoyceSoprano @carlomontanaro @SeattleOpera Wonderful performance! — Hattie Kauffman (@Hatsfree) March 13, 2016 @JoyceSoprano &I was the gal on lower left orchestra side
On Saturday night, El-Khoury scored a triumph in the title role, combining an exquisite delicacy of sound with affecting vulnerability — yet producing plenty of steel in the confrontation scene in which she denounces Elizabeth as a “vil bastarda.” On Sunday, few in the house realized that El-Khoury had just sung this taxing role the previous evening — and you couldn’t tell it from her Sunday performance, either. Skillfully saving her voice when she could, singing full-out when it counted, El-Khoury rallied for a remarkable show and a final mighty effort, a brave high D. Brava!
Joyce is featured in the February/March issue of Ottawa Life Magazine. El-Khoury is taking the opera world by storm -Ottawa Life Magazine
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