Joyce El-Khoury on Her Musical Journey, Creative Process & ‘Un Ballo in Maschera’ Praised for her unwavering vocal stamina, character portrayal, technique, and sublime timbral quality, Joyce El-Khoury has become one of the leading bel canto sopranos of our time. Not
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,
As the heartbroken Liu, soprano Joyce El-Khoury pleads with him in “Signore, ascolta!” full of desperate pain and high ghostly notes so delicate they almost seem to disappear into the air. While still considered a supporting character, Liu remains a musical focus of the piece and becomes the tragic heroine, brilliantly handled by El-Khoury in “Tu che di gel sei cinta” as she makes her final sacrifice.
Reviews have started coming in for Opera Philadelphia's Turandot! Here's a quote highlighting Joyce: "Joyce El-Khoury, an The Academy of Vocal Arts graduate, stole everybody's heart as the slave girl Liu, thanks to her convincing portrayal, and floated high notes that
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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