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December 25th, 2021

Joyce continues her busy season of live-performances consisting of solo, concerto, and chamber music performances. She returns to perform with Phoenix, Marin, Utah, Nashville, Colorado, Rhode Island, Iowa, Brevard, Pacific, Hawaii, and Dallas Symphonies and plays solo recitals across the country. An advocate of chamber music, Joyce plays chamber music with Musicians of the St.

December 25th, 2021

In the fall of 2021, Joyce toured all across North America sharing her wide range of repertoire, showcasing 8 different piano concerti and a solo recital program of pianist-composers (Bach, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Liszt). The 8 piano concerti included her tried-and-true favorites as well as two concerto by living composers, Jonathan Leshnoff and Reinaldo Moya.

December 25th, 2021

Joyce gave a World-Premier performance of a new piano concerto written for her by Venezuelan composer, Reinaldo Moya. Commissioned by the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation for the Bangor Symphony Orchestra, this new concerto for piano, strings, and percussion is inspired by the works of visual artist Carlos Cruz-Diez. According to the composer, "the concerto is an attempt to translate some of Cruz-Diez's visual language into the realm of sound. Each of the concerto's movements is titled after a specific technique that Cruz-Diez used throughout his long career".

December 25th, 2021

Joyce returned to the stage in the summer of 2021 as a concerto soloist performing in music festivals all across America. Joyce performed with the National Symphony in celebration of Wolf Trap's 50th Anniversary with JoAnn Falletta), made a debut performance at Grant Park Music Festival (with Carlos Kalmar), and made celebrated returns to Aspen Music Festival (with Benjamin Manis), Sun Valley Music Festival (with Alasdair Neale), and the San Diego Symphony (with Aram Dmirjian). Joyce endured severe weather conditions as she performed in various outdoor venues.

September 7th, 2020

Hello Friends!

Due to COVID19, the remainder of my 2020 concerts have been canceled. However, that does not mean the music stops; “the show must go on!” In July I took my first steps into the digital frontier, and now as we move into the fall I am pleased to announce a new series of digital offerings made possible through “Patreon.” 

March 10th, 2020

Dear friends, 

It is my utmost sadness to tell you that the rest of my spring and summer performances have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. I was so looking forward to all the exciting concerts coming up and I am gutted I won’t be able to share my music with you in person at this time. Stay safe, everyone. 

Xoxo Joyce