Excited to share latest video collaboration with Maya Smira! ✨
Great review for recent Albany Symphony Festival in I Care If You Listen!
Honored to have participated with Michael Hammond, Marco Grosse, Lucy Dhegrae, Nathaniel LaNasa, Christopher Dylan Herbert, and more 🙏
“Joyce’s ethereal vocals, vintage toy organ, and electronic soundscapes created an exquisite expansiveness…other performances also focused on women, particularly Molly Joyce’s YousaidShesaidHesaid, a set of songs that traced the same timeline as Schubert’s song cycle Die Schone Mullerin, but from the perspective of the “girl of the mill” herself. Dhegrae sang the part of the mill girl in Joyce’s dreamy indie-pop songs and showcased her ability to seamlessly move from wispy ethereal to focused power. Between Joyce’s songs, baritone Christopher Dylan Herbert sang the original Schubert with ultimate clarity and intimacy. Though the two distinct styles of music and text occasionally took away from the narrative coherence, the work as a whole was quite effective.”
Very honored to be profiled by one of my favorite publications, Disability Arts Online! Including new video with Maya Smira ✨ — disabilityarts.online/magazine/opinion/molly-joyce
Incredibly honored, excited, and grateful to be joining Halcyon Arts Lab in the fall! DC see you soon 🏛🇺🇸
Very excited for Albany Symphony’s American Music Festival, May – June in New York!
Presenting new narrator/chamber work with text by Marco Grosse, new songs with vocalist Lucy Dhegrae and pianist Nathaniel LaNasa with text by Christopher Oscar Peña, as well as voice/toy organ set with sound by Michael Hammond, alongside many more composers performers and premieres!
Full details and tickets: albanysymphony.com/2019festivalconcerts
Very grateful for an amazing night of performances reviewed here!
“a concert that took the ancient phenomenon of the composer-performer and showed its continued vibrant presence in the world today”
Full review here.
Next Thursday in the NYC!
A dream show of mine coming true, featuring artists I have admired for much of my musical life – Lea Bertucci, Carla Canales, Margaret Davis, Liz Faure, Sarah Goldfeather, Anna Meadors, Angélica Negrón, and Emily Wells.
Special thanks to Metropolis Ensemble and their Artistic Director Andrew Cyr for the opportunity: metropolisensemble.org/all-events/soloicity
Excited for some new percussion tunes in 2019, as part of the New Works for Percussion Project! Learn more and join the commission here.
Honored to be interviewed by WHRB – Harvard Radio’s Amy Zhou, among some of my favorite composers – Chaya Czernowin, Jennifer Higdon, Caroline Shaw, and Dale Trumbore! Listen here.
Excited to share my latest video of music, hands, and white background — special thanks to Olga Stuker and the Research Academy at Zürich Academy of the Arts: