Joélle joins pianist Allen Perriello in recital at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall, presented as part of the “Great Singers III: Evenings of Song” series.
Joélle reunites with acclaimed conductor Edo de Waart for a sensational program of Barber’s “Knoxville: Summer of 1915” paired with Mahler’s 4th Symphony.
Joélle returns to the New York Philharmonic as the soprano soloist in the unfinished version of Mozart’s Requiem, in performances led by conductor Manfred Honeck.
Joélle continues her close affiliation with Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society, joining them for performances of Mozart’s Requiem conducted by Harry Christophers.
Joélle joins the British ensemble Arcangelo and Music Director Jonathan Cohen for performances at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall and Baltimore’s Shriver Hall.
Joélle returns to the LA Phil as the Mater Gloriosa in performances of Mahler’s 8th Symphony, conducted by Music Director Gustavo Dudamel.
Joélle returns to the Indianapolis Symphony for a program of Brucker’s Te Deum and Brahm’s Symphony 4, led by Music Director Krzysztof Urbanski.
Furthering her collaboration with the North Carolina Symphony and Music Director Grant Llewelyn, Joélle sings a program of Schubert songs as well as Mozart's Mass in C Minor.
Joélle makes an anticipated return to The Cleveland Orchestra for performances of Mahler's 2nd Symphony, joining treasured colleague Sasha Cooke (mezzo-soprano) and esteemed Music Director Franz Welser-Möst.
Returning to the BBC Proms at Royal Albert Hall, Joélle sings the soprano III, or Mater Gloriosa, solo in her first performance of Mahler's famed 8th Symphony. The BBC National Orchestra of Wales are led by their music director, Thomas Søndergärd.
Joélle returns for her 6th production at Glyndebourne Festival Opera, singing 12 performances of Cleopatra (role debut). The iconic production is directed by Sir David McVicar, and conducted by William Christie.
Joélle continues her collaboration with The English Concert and renowned conductor Harry Bicket, debuting the role of Almirena in performances in Sevilla, Madrid, London, and New York.
Joélle debuts at the Laguna Beach Music Festival for music by Robert & Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms, joining frequent colleague Nicholas Phan (tenor).
Joélle reunites with conductor Andrew Manze for performances of Handel's Messiah with the New York Philharmonic, following acclaimed concerts of the work in 2013.
Joélle renews her frequent collaboration with Boston's Handel & Haydn Society, singing Beethoven's 9th Symphony with guest conductor Masaaki Suzuki.