On 25 November, Joanna will be performing as soloist for Handel’s Messiah at Lincoln Cathedral with the Manchester Baroque Orchestra, Lincoln Cathedral Choir and conductor Jeffrey Makinson. More information
Joanna has been selected as one of the six Handel House Talent 2017/18 artists. Led by baroque specialist Laurence Cummings, the scheme is designed to further the development of promising young musicians at the start of their professional careers. As part of the scheme, Joanna will give a number of performances at Handel House in …
Earlier this week Joanna was awarded Third Prize at the finals of the Cheltenham Bach Choir Baroque Singing Competition. She performed a programme of Bach, Handel, Monteverdi and Purcell for judges Catherine Bott, Peter Savidge and David Crown.
Photos of Joanna as Ottone in Handel’s opera Agrippina at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (design by Adrian Linford):
A new video of Joanna singing Irene’s aria “As with rosy steps” from Handel’s Theodora:
This week Joanna performs the role of Ottone in Handel’s Agrippina at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – the only “good guy” in this tale of politics and power, which is rather topical given current world events… Performances are 21st, 23rd, 27th and 28th January in the New Atheneum Theatre.
2016 has been a difficult year for the world in general – or perhaps it is just a year that has forcefully brought home to those of us lucky enough to live mostly without fear of safety, want or prejudice, that not everyone does. It feels like we might have gone backwards in some (important) …
Next week Joanna performs Handel’s Messiah on Mon 12th and Tues 13th December with Warwick & Kenilworth Choral Society, conducted by Benedict Wilson.
Joanna is looking forward to her first opera production at the Alexander Gibson Opera School at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she will be performing the role of Ottone in Handel’s Agrippina.
This weekend Joanna performs Vaughan-Williams gorgeous Serenade to Music at Southrepps Festival in Norfolk, along with Handel’s Dixit Dominus.