Earlier this week Joanna was awarded the Edith Brass Prize for Lieder at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, accompanied by pianist David Todd.
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 …
Tonight Joanna will perform in the finals of the London Young Welsh Singer of the Year competition at the London Welsh Centre, in a programme including songs and arias by Handel, Berg and Meirion Williams.
Joanna has been awarded one of the Nei Stëmmen scholarships from the Foundation Michelle / Fonds Culturel National to attend a week of masterclasses with Jennifer Larmore in Luxembourg in November, compete in the International Vocal Competition ‘s-Hertogenbosch prelims, and sing at a gala concert at the Conservatoire de Luxembourg on 4 November. To hear …
Joanna has been chosen as one of the four finalists in the 41st MOCSA Young Welsh Singer of the Year competition. Hosted by the Morriston Orpheus Choir for the last four decades, previous winners include Bryn Terfel and Rebecca Evans. The finals will take place on 16 September 2017 in Swansea.
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.
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) …
Joanna is delighted and very thankful to have been awarded the Brian Fletcher Award by the Simon Fletcher Charitable Trust towards her studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s opera school in September 2016.
Joanna is grateful to have been awarded a grant from the Ryan Davies Memorial Fund towards her studies next year at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland‘s opera school.
Joanna has been awarded a full bursary by the Dartington Hall Trust to perform the role of Dido in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas on the Advanced Opera course at Dartington International Summer School in August. It will be directed by Richard Williams and coached by Margaret Faultless and Ruby Hughes.