Upcoming Engagements

2013

Friday, November 22nd at 7:30 – “The Music of Edith Piaf”

Franco Center, Lewiston, ME

Joelle Morris sings Edith Piaf

Marking the 50th anniversary of Piaf’s death, Joëlle brings to life the greatest songs from her idol’s catalog, infusing them with her own jazzy sensibilities. Come and see why she’s fast becoming a Franco Center favorite! Sung both in English and French, with Matt Fogg on piano, Tom Bucci on Bass and Gary Chapin on accordion. 

http://www.francocenter.org/events/10/joelle-morris-and-the-music-of-edith-piaf/

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Sunday December 8th 2013 at 7 pm “Christmas Canticles – Christmas Carols favourites”

CODA Chorus – Hope Baptist Church, 726 Western Ave. Manchester

coda-chorusLed by Joëlle Morris, the annual CODA Christmas concert has become a beloved holiday tradition in the Winthrop area. This year’s repertoire will include Benjamin Harlan’s arrangements of familiar carols in “The Christmas Canticles” and a collection of carols stemming from medieval Britain all the way to Irvin Berlin’s “White Christmas”.

http://codachorus.com/

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Friday December 20th 2013 at 7:30 pm – C’est Noël!

Waterville Opera House, Waterville, ME

cover frontCome celebrate the holidays with Joëlle and pianist Bridget Convey 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.

http://operahouse.org

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2014

March 9th 2014 at 2 pm- “An Exotic Evening – a musical journey around the world”

Jewett Hall at UMA

From a lotus -Kay MorrisJoin Joëlle and pianist Bridget Convey for a sultry evening featuring songs from France, Spain, Germany, Czechoslovakia and America among others – including a world premiere composition of Maine composer Don Stratton and Carl Fisher.

http://www.uma.edu/umascevents.html

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April 12th and 13th 2014 at 7 pm–   the Augusta Symphony Orchestra presents:  Four last songsby Richard Strauss and selections of Chants d’Auvergneby Joseph Canteloube for Soprano and Orchestra.

Saturday April 12th at High Street Congregational Church in Auburn 

Sunday April 13th at Hope Baptist Church in Manchester

Sunset in Venice -MonetDon’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, selections of Canteloube’s “Chants d’Auvergne” and Brahms Symphony No.4. In partnership with the Augusta Symphony Orchestra. 
 

http://www.augustasymphonymaine.org