"...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
Pergolesi's Stabat Mater
Details to be announced!
Joyce and mezzo Linda Collazo perform and discuss Spanish Baroque music with musicians of Dorian Baroque.
Joyce joins the Downtown Symphony as the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah. Conducted by Doug Anderson.
CANTAMOS showcases the diversity of classical music by bringing the fascinating and spirited music of Latin America and Europe to Upper Manhattan and exploring the rich cultural heritage of Washington Heights. Vocalists and instrumentalists come together to perform zarzuela selections from El barbero de Sevilla and Las Hijas del Zebedeo, songs from Argentina, El Salvador, and Puerto Rico, favorite boleros such as “Por Amor” and “Besame Mucho”, baroque opera with the Dorian Baroque Orchestra, and more.