Very honored to be interviewed by New Music USA’s Frank J. Oteri for NewMusicBox! Including toy organ appearance at Halcyon Arts Lab 🎹🎹
Full article here: nmbx.newmusicusa.org/molly-joyce-strength-in-vulnerabilty
Honored to share the first in an article series for Disability Arts Online, profiling artists and facilitators in presenting disability arts within artistic disciplines!
Very excited to be involved in this production, premiering at PROTOTYPE Festival this week!
Alongside music by Leila Adu, Ruby Kato Attwood, Danielle Birrittella, Sheena Birrittella, Christina Courtin, Gabrielle Herbst, Emma O’Halloran, Tanner Porter, Kamala Sankaram, Bergrun Snæbjörnsdóttir, Annika Socolofsky, Gyda Valtysdottir, Ellen Reid, and featuring Danielle Birrittella, Desdemona and Sonia Bize: prototypefestival.org/shows/magdalene
Very honored to have composed music for the Campfire Poetry Project, with new video premiered on ThrdCoast!
An Original Dance Performance based on a poem by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Performed by Kingsley Ibeneche
Directed by Katie Sadler
Cinematography by Carissa Henderson
Original Music by Molly Joyce
Voiceover by Carol Hendrickson
Produced by Max Rothman, Du’Bois A’Keen, and J.Y. Chun
Many thanks to I Care If You Listen for premiering video for ABC, performed by Kimberly Sparr and produced by Four/Ten Media!
Mention in The New Yorker and New York Times for upcoming collaboration with Jerron Herman, as well as share a new music video of ours, produced by Four/Ten Media!
Show premieres Nov. 12, 15, and 16 at NYC’s Danspace Project: danspaceproject.org/calendar/herman-joyce
Honored to be added to the Murphy Music Press catalog alongside Amanda Feery, with our recent works premiered by Ball State Symphony Band and conductor Caroline Hand!
Listen/peruse here: murphymusicpress.com/products/w-485
New York Times mention with the one and only Jerron Herman!
Nov. 12, 15-16 at Danspace Project 💃danspaceproject.org/calendar/herman-joyce
“And the choreographer Jerron Herman teams up with the composer Molly Joyce to explore congenital and acquired physical immobility in ‘Breaking and Entering’ (Nov. 12 and 15-16)”