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'
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
The reviews are coming in for Joyce's ÉCHO (debut solo album by Opera Rara). Presto Classical has highlighted the disc as one to "Thrilling dynamic control allows for a really satisfying exposure of micro-emotions, the mark of a singer who’s on
Opera Rara will release Joyce's debut disc, Écho, at a concert featuring Joyce and tenor Michael Spyres on July 14, 2017. The disc will internationally and digitally released in September 2017. Here is a video where Joyce talks a bit
[vc_row enable_hue_rotation="no" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Joyce is in the midst of rehearsing for the recording of her debut solo album with Opera Rara. The disc features The Halle conducted by maestro Carlo Rizzi. There will be one duet on the disc with tenor
Joyce El-Khoury, as his wife, Pauline, has a fine, big lyric voice, at ease with the coloratura she’s given, fluent in cantilena, dramatically on-the-money, and capable of the loveliest high pianissimos. The tone is appealingly dusky at times, and the
"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
"Canadian soprano Joyce El-Khoury is equally fine as his conflicted wife Pauline, singing with tireless passion and pathos in the substantial dramatic duets with the three men in her life and displaying power and agility to burn in the show-stopping