Songs and Arias
Cantanti Project journeys upstate for their third annual retreat and to perform on the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network's Summer Concert Series.
Arias, songs, and duets
Joyce and Laura Mitchell, Core Artists and Co-Founders of Cantanti Project, give a private house concert in upstate New York with Principal Music Advisor William Lewis on piano.
Some distances are small, some are big; some distances are measured by miles, and some by hopes and fears. Presented by the United Palace of Cultural Arts as part of their Lobby Series and as part of the Uptown Arts Stroll organized by the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance.
With the Downtown Symphony. Doug Anderson, conductor.
Joyce and pianist Maria Didur perform with Sing for Hope at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in South Building on the second floor in the PABT Performing Arts Stage.
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.
Sophie / Werther
Mezzo Maria Oesterreich presents a recital of works by German poets; Joyce joins her in singing excerpts from Werther.
With New York Opera Forum. Richard Nechamkin, music director.
Dates and Venues TBA
Ilia / Idomeneo
Excerpts from Idomeneo, Carmen, Rusalka, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and more, staged, with piano accompaniment.
Performance and Discussion
Joyce and baritone Sam Fujii take part in a performance and discussion of music by composers of Asian heritage and music inspired by Asia.
Guest performer / NYU Steinhardt Woodwind Recital
Joyce joins Woodwind faculty Kaitlyn Walker, oboist, in performing Bach's Wedding Cantata.
Joyce performs Dorinda with Cantanti Project and the Dorian Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Dylan Sauerwald and directed by Brittany Goodwin.