"...unusually sweet and lyric, coupled with a virtuoso technique and flexibility. Her singing is expressive and nuanced... "
Joyce Yin's lyrical and well-projected soprano, and the youthful joy of her portrayal, were just right for Euridice
Ms. Yin's voice is clear and assertive, pealing forth to express her excitement. Stage-wise, she was a bundle of energy, and very amusing when she 'remembered' to strike the required archer's poses.
The standout of the evening was soprano Joyce Yin, who skirted the pitfalls of the potentially pitiful Dorinda, never losing her essential optimism and cheer while erecting a captivating character arch. - Jeremy Hirsch
Under the direction of Gwendolyn Toth, the Immanuel Choir sings a concert of music by Orlando Lassus, including Lamentations, Primi Diei and Domine Ne in furore.
This concert is free and open to the public.
The oldest surviving opera, Euridice is a telling of the story of Orfeo, who journeys into the Underworld to find his beloved Euridice. Presented by Cantanti Project. Conducted by Dylan Sauerwald with the Dorian Baroque Orchestra, and directed by Brittany Goodwin.