Joelle Lamarre is currently part of the Freedom Ride cast at Chicago Opera Theater. This past fall (2019), Joelle was seen celebrating South Shore Opera Company of Chicago’s 10th Anniversary and the Chicago Humanities Festival concert Power Couples. Last summer Joelle Lamarre made her debut in California where she joined Long Beach Opera in the world premiere of Anthony Davis’s The Central Park Five, which the Singerpreneur blog reviewed as showcasing "... Joelle Lamarre expertly lending her exquisite soprano to play mother to two of the boys, as well as singing the role of the crime’s victim from offstage.” Joelle ended her summer by joining forces with Daniel Schlosberg and the Fleetwood-Jourdain Theater's concert series, where she gave a recital feature Faure and songs from Black living, female composers.
Joelle is a 2018 3Arts Make A Wave awardee. Her other awards include the BRAVO award from the Bel Canto Foundation, the Annemarie Gerts Award from the Musicians Club of Women, and several vocal scholarships from The VOICExperience Foundation. Joelle has her Master of Music in vocal performance from Northwestern University.
Joelle Lamarre has crowd-funded a project with 3AP
- $5,317 raised of $5,000 goal
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- 3Arts matched
- 106% funded
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