In the 2016-17 season, Joélle Harvey joins the Milwaukee Symphony as Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro, the Los Angeles Philharmonic as Pat Nixon in Nixon in China, The English Concert under Harry Bicket as Dalinda in Ariodante and returns to the Glyndebourne Festival Opera as Servilia in The Clemency of Tito. In concert, she appears with the Mostly Mozart Festival for Mozart’s Mass in C minor and his Requiem, which she also sings with the Kansas City and Utah symphonies. Additionally, she joins the Cincinnati Symphony for Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, sings Handel’s Messiah with the Handel & Haydn Society and the National Symphony, and performs Mahler’s Song of Lamentation with the San Francisco Symphony and John Adams’ El Niño with the London Symphony Orchestra and Concertgebouw. She also appears in concert with the North Carolina Symphony.
Last season, Harvey’s varied appearances included Michal in Saul with the Handel & Haydn Society and Inès in a concert performance of La favorite with Washington Concert Opera. She also joined the Indianapolis and Virginia symphonies, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and Les Violons du Roy in concert.
During the 2014-15 season, Harvey’s numerous engagements included repeat appearances as Sicle in Ormindo with the Royal Opera in Covent Garden, Galatea in Acis and Galatea with the Killkenny Festival and role debuts as Marzelline in Fidelio with San Francisco Symphony and Anne Trulove in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress with Utah Opera. On the concert stage, she appeared with the Cleveland Orchestra (Bach B minor Mass), Tafelmusik, Handel & Haydn Society (Messiah and St. Matthew Passion), LA Philharmonic (Missa Solemnis), North Carolina Symphony (Messiah), Dallas Symphony (Mozart Requiem) and the Pygmalion Ensemble (Mozart Mass in C minor).