Joyce Andrews

Joyce Andrews is Professor of Music in Voice at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She combines research with teaching and performing and her articles on women composers of the United Kingdom are published in numerous professional journals. She has received invitations to present lecture recitals and papers across the United States at professional conferences of the College Music Society, Music Teachers National Association, International Alliance of Women in Music, Festival of Women Composers, and National Association of Teachers of Singing. In 2010 she presented a lecture recital on Afro-Briitsh composer Amanda Aldridge at the IASPM Conference at the University of Cardiff, Wales and in 2008 at City University, London. Also in 2010, she researched Victorian Women Ballad Composers at the British Library in London. She is a recipient of a research fellowship at the Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College (2007) and a Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (2005). Her compact disk entitled "Emily Dickinson Songs," released commercially by Capstone Records (2003), garnered critical acclaim. As a soprano soloist, Joyce Andrews has enjoyed a multi-faceted career in opera, oratorio, concert and recital work across the United States, England and France. Praised for her abilities as a singing actress, her professional opera credits include appearances with the New York City Opera, Chautauqua Opera, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Concert Royale and the New York Baroque Dance Company, Eastern Opera Theatre, Madison Opera, Manhattan Savoyards and Hawaii Opera Theatre, among others.

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