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
DRESS FOR SUCCESS
Soprano Joyce El-Khoury on what it takes to inhabit two unique, challenging roles in Canadian Opera’s La Bohème
by Joyce El-Khoury, published in National Post, Monday, September 23, 2013 (front page Arts) photo credit: De Nederlandse Opera, Hans van den Bogaard May 2013 Who am I? A question that I’ve been asking myself for the last few weeks. This question
Classical WETA morning host David Ginder chats with Joyce about her upcoming role debut as Desdemona (Otello, Castleton Festival which opens July 13), the critical importance of trust during performance, the importance of a coach, the magic of Castleton and working with Maestro Lorin Maazel.
MARCH 2013 “Preceded by a lauded reputation, the young Joyce El-Khoury did not disappoint our expectations. The Canadian soprano, taking over the role of Violetta Valéry in May at Amsterdam Opera, is a gorgeous Violetta, with whom we immediately identify, and who