Proudly introducing my new Christmas album “C’est Noël!”
As featured on Channel 6 “207” !! See here videos of “O Holy Night” and “Ave Maria”
Accompanied by Bridget Convey on piano and recorded live at the incredible Franco Center in Lewiston, Maine, this new album showcases favorite sacred melodies and lively French carols such as “Il est né le divin enfant”, “Cantique de Noël”, “Pie Jesu”, “Un flambeau Jeannette, Isabelle”…
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Comes in a jewel case CD pack with cover picture by Jamie Ribisi-Braley – http://www.jamieribisi.com
Also on sale at Made Maine & More stores in Augusta and Waterville.
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD $7 USD
For immediate download of 9-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire, visit my bandcamp page.Recorded live at the Franco Center, Lewiston – May 2013 Joëlle Morris – Mezzo-Soprano Bridget Convey – Piano Bob Colwell – Audio recording and mastering Jamie Ribisi-Braley – Cover picture
Saturday December 6th 2014 at 7:30 pm
Franco Center, Lewiston, ME
Come celebrate the holidays with Joëlle, pianist Bridget Convey and flutist Christopher Lansley, as they set the mood for Christmas by featuring colorful carols from around the world including those of France and Quebec. With beautiful lyrical melodies such as “Cantique de Noël,” familiar to Anglophones as “O Holy night,” to sparkling folk tunes such as “Il est né le divin enfant” and “Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle” our beloved duo will enchant you with the lively, joyful tunes of your youth.
August 15th 2014 at 12:00
Joelle Morris Chante Piaf!
St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Madawaska, ME
Held every 5 years, the Congrès mondial acadien (World Acadian Congress), is an event which brings together Acadians from around the world to celebrate their common cultural heritage. Much more than a summer festival, this international convention is a meeting place for today’s Acadian communities. It’s an extraordinary gathering of over 50,000 visitors who feel a deep connection to history and those in the Acadian diaspora who were dispersed around the world after the 1755 Expulsion. More info can be found here: http://cma2014.com/en/
Sunday May 4th 2014 at 7pm
Hope Baptist Church, Western Ave. in Manchester
It’s a grand night of singing! The stage is set for a spring concert of Broadway hits from a number of cherished musicals, including the Sound of Music, The Wizard of Oz, and A Chorus Line that will guarantee there’s something for everyone in the audience. In addition to the rousing choruses, we’ll feature your favorite songs from the 60’s including “Bridge over troubled water”, Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”, “Monday, Monday” from the Mamas & the Papas and a terrific Beatles medley that is guaranteed to have you toe-tapping and singing along!
Free will offering accepted. For for information, go to http://www.codachorus.com/
April 12th and 13th 2014 at 7 pm- the Augusta Symphony Orchestra presents: “Four last songs“by Richard Strauss for Soprano and Orchestra.
Saturday April 12th at High Street Congregational Church in Auburn
Sunday April 13th at Hope Baptist Church in ManchesterDon’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear masterpieces of the romantic era including the breathtaking “Four last Songs” by Richard Strauss for Soprano and Orchestra and Brahms Symphony No.4. in partnership with the Augusta Symphony Orchestra.
Saturday February 7th 2015 at 7pm
Airs de Cour – Music of Louis XIII
St Luke’s Cathedral Chapel, 143 State Street, Portland, ME
With Timothy Neill Johnson, tenor and Timothy Burris, lute and theorboThis rich repertoire, by composers such as Pierre Guédron, Gabriel Bataille, and Adrien LeRoy, transports the audience into the court of Versailles of 17th-century France. We will take the listener into a world full of passionate expression, the emotions of love’s innocence, and the bawdy drinking song! http://www.portlandearlymusic.com/chapel-series/
Friday, March 6th 2015 at 7:30pm
“Music of Surrealism”
University of Maine at Farmington
In collaboration with the students and faculty of the French, English and Music departments at UMF, Joelle Morris and pianist Bridget Convey presents the music of Kurt Weill, Erik Satie, Francis Poulenc, Darius Milhaud and Olivier Messiaen.
We will explore in music, the revolutionary movement of 1920’s surrealism; aimed to highlight elements of surprise, the absurd, unexpected juxtapositions and non sequitur, through the leaders of the Surrealism movement such as artists Salvador Dali, René Magritte, writers Jean Cocteau, André Breton and others. Concert presented both in French and in English.
Saturday, March 14th 2015, 6-9:30 PM
“Springtime in Paris”
Le Club Calumet, 334 Northern Avenue, Augusta
Imagine listening to the songs of Edith Piaf. Excellent food, with exquisite CanCan women showing you to your table. We invite you to escape – briefly – Maine’s mud and cold, and enjoy “Springtime in Paris’ at Le Club Calumet in Augusta, Saturday, March 14, 2014 from 6-9:30 p.m. Sponsored by French at UMA and the Maine French Heritage Language Program, come enjoy the French “joie de vivre” in a lively and fun setting! Concert sung both in French and English