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Sharleen Joynt

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For over 30 years, FLARE has been Canada's fashion authority. As a multi-platform brand, FLARE transports its engaged digital and social media community with behind-the-scenes access to the most important global fashion events and introduces them to the world'...more

Background Information

Employment History

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Metropolitan Opera Company


Opera Singer

Theater und Orchester Heidelberg


Affiliations

Calgary Opera

Emerging Artist


Education

Bachelor of Music


Former Bachelor Contestant


Masters degree

Vocal Performance

Mannes College of Music


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Pacific Opera Victoria | Sharleen Joynt, Coloratura Soprano

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Sharleen Joynt
Sharleen Joynt, Coloratura Soprano Pacific Opera Victoria Canadian coloratura soprano Sharleen Joynt makes her Pacific Opera Victoria debut as the Queen of the NIght in the 2017 production of Mozart's The Magic Flute. Sharleen has been praised for her silvery, sparkling, substantial and resonant soprano (Die Deutsche Bühne), her scintillating high range, reminiscent of the most beautiful moments of Mady Mesplé (Opernwelt), and an artistic command that leaves the listener breathless (Deutschland Radio). In 2015/16, Sharleen starred as Christine in the Canadian Stage and Soundstreams co-production and North American Première of Belgian composer Philippe Boesman's Julie, based on the 1888 Strindberg play, Miss Julie, and as Galatea in Acis and Galatea, in her Opera Piccolo San Antonio debut. During the 2014/15 season, Sharleen made her Chinese debut as Zerbinetta in Oper Leipzig's production - and the Chinese première - of Ariadne auf Naxos. She sang Blonde in Die Entführung aus dem Serail in Augsburg, Germany in their summer concert series and also performed her first Zerlina with Against the Grain Theatre in #UncleJohn, a modern adaptation of Don Giovanni, both in Toronto and at Ottawa's Chamberfest. Sharleen's 2013/14 Season included rejoining the Metropolitan Opera roster to cover Fiakermilli in Richard Strauss' Arabella. For the 2012/13 season, Sharleen spent her second year as an ensemble member of Theater und Orchester Heidelberg, performing Blonde in Die Entführung aus dem Serail and receiving critical acclaim for her role of Soprano 1/Ariadne in Rihm's Dionysos. Her uncommonly honest embodiment of characters and fearless onstage presence in German Regietheater led to a 3-page article in the May 2013 issue of Deutsche Bühne magazine. In 2011/12, she was in Heidelberg for Frasquita in Carmen and Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos, the role for which she was nominated for Nachwunschsängerin (Young Singer of the Year) by Opernwelt. She also debuted with the Schwetzingen Baroque Festival as Fausta in the German première of Scarlatti's Marco Attilio Regolo. The Metropolitan Opera engaged Ms. Joynt to cover Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos, and further engagements for 2010/2011 included Oscar in Un ballo in maschera, Adele in Die Fledermaus and Despina in Così fan tutte for the Anhaltisches Theater Dessau ensemble. She also returned to the Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv to perform her first Zerbinetta under the baton of Metropolitan Opera conductor, Paul Nadler. Further credits include her Carnegie Hall debut in Schubert's Mass in G . A former Calgary Opera Emerging Artist, Ms. Joynt graduated from Mannes College of Music, NY, with a Master's degree in Vocal Performance. She is a prize winner of the Liederkranz Foundation Competition, the George London Foundation Competition, the Young Concert Artists International Competition, the Licia-Albanese Foundation Competition, the Canadian Music Competition's International Stepping Stone and the Palm Beach Opera Vocal Competition. A native of Ottawa, Ontario, Ms. Joynt resides in New York City. She is a respected pop culture and fashion blogger and frequent guest columnist with Flare Magazine. Sharleen Joynt's mischievous, uninhibited Zerlina enchants. Mozart invests his spunky romantic explorer with some of the loveliest in all opera. Joynt sails through the sumptuous music with a breezy, winning attack, silky and sunlit. The young Canadian soprano Sharleen Joynt, from Heidelberg's ensemble, displayed strong stage presence, perfect technique, and sparkling coloratura in the role of Marie. The opera world is surely looking at a great talent


Pacific Opera Victoria: 2016/2017 Season: The Magic Flute

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Sharleen Joynt, making her POV debut as the Queen of the Night, is an Ottawa-born coloratura soprano, who has been engaged for several seasons in German opera houses and worked as a cover with the Metropolitan Opera. In 2014, as a lark, she auditioned for The Bachelor, and, according to the Washington Post, was seen by many as injecting sophistication and authenticity into a show not usually known for either. Sharleen is also a pop culture blogger and frequent guest columnist with Flare Magazine.


Soprano Sharleen Joynt | Dean Artists Management

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Sharleen Joynt "Coloratura soprano Sharleen Joynt has been praised for her "silvery, sparkling, substantial and resonant soprano" [Die Deutsche Bühne], her "scintillating high range, reminiscent of the most beautiful moments of Mady Mesplé" [Opernwelt], and "an artistic command that leaves the listener breathless" [Deutschland Radio]. In the 2016/17 season, Sharleen joined the Orlando Philharmonic as Cunegonde for a concert staging of Candide, reprised Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute with Pacific Opera Victoria, performed Mahler's Symphony No. 4 for the Thunder Bay Symphony, and was heard in a New Year's gala devoted to operetta with the Victoria Symphony. She appeared in the role of Zamira in Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Fallen Giant presented by the American Lyric Theater and Merkin Concert Hall, and is featured in Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Mostly Mozart Festival in San Diego. During the 2015/16 season, Sharleen starred as Christine in the CanStage and Soundstreams co-production and North American Premiere of Belgian composer Philippe Boesman's Julie, based on the 1888 Strindberg play, "Miss Julie", and as Galatea in Acis & Galatea, making her Opera Piccolo San Antonio debut. Throughout the 2014/15 season, Sharleen made her Chinese debut as Zerbinetta in Oper Leipzig's production - and the Chinese premiere - of Ariadne auf Naxos. She sang Blonde in Die Entfuhrung aus dem Seraglio in Augsburg, Germany in their summer concert series and also performed her first Zerlina with Against the Grain Theatre in #UncleJohn, a modern adaptation of Don Giovanni, both in Toronto and at Ottawa's Chamberfest. Sharleen's 2013/14 season included rejoining the Metropolitan Opera roster to cover Fiakermilli in R. Strauss' Arabella. She appeared with Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe (Marie, La Fille du Regiment, Adele, Die Fledermaus), Theater und Orchester Heidelberg (Oscar, Un ballo in maschera), and made her Swiss debut with Theater St. Gallen (Zerbinetta, Ariadne auf Naxos). She was also nominated for the prestigious "Der Faust" prize, awarded by the German Stage Association, for her performance in Wolfgang Rihm's Dionysos. For the 2012/13 season, Sharleen spent her second year as an ensemble member of Theater und Orchester Heidelberg, performing Blonde in Die Entführung aus dem Serail and receiving critical acclaim for her "stratospheric" Soprano 1/Ariadne in the Rihm opera. Her uncommonly honest embodiment of characters and fearless onstage presence in German Regietheater led to a 3-page article in the May 2013 issue of Deutsche Bühne magazine. In 2011/12, she was in Heidelberg for Frasquita in Carmen and Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos, the role for which she was nominated for Nachwunschsängerin (Young Singer of the Year) by Opernwelt. She also debuted with the Schwetzingen Baroque Festival as Fausta in the German premiere of Scarlatti's Marco Attilio Regolo. The Metropolitan Opera engaged Ms. Joynt to cover Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos, and further engagements for 2010/11 included Oscar in Un ballo in maschera, Adele in Die Fledermaus and Despina in Cosi fan tutte for the Anhaltisches Theater Dessau ensemble. She also returned to the Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv to perform her first Zerbinetta under the baton of Metropolitan Opera conductor, Paul Nadler. Further credits include her Carnegie Hall debut in Schubert's Mass in G and Zerbinetta for the Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv. A former Calgary Opera Emerging Artist, Ms. Joynt graduated from Mannes College of Music, NY, with a Masters degree in Vocal Performance. She is a prizewinner of the Liederkranz Foundation Competition, the George London Foundation Competition, the Young Concert Artists International Competition, the Licia-Albanese Foundation Competition, the Canadian Music Competition's International Stepping Stone and the Palm Beach Opera Vocal Competition. A native of Ottawa, Ontario, Ms. Joynt is a U.S. resident. She is a respected pop culture and fashion blogger and frequent guest columnist with Flare Magazine. "Joynt is an unforgettable Queen of the Night, bull's-eyeing inhumanly high notes like a sharp-shooter. This coloratura soprano has a lovely, pure voice; her phrasing was nicely controlled and her projection was admirable. For her final aria, Joynt appeared in a spectacular tent-like gown that made her three metres tall. "Karlsruhe struck gold with the casting of young Canadian soprano Sharleen Joynt as Marie - she's charming, firtatious, and brings a lightness of touch as well as a beautiful voice to the role." Eckhard Britsch, Opernnetz "The young Canadian soprano Sharleen Joynt, from Heidelberg's ensemble, displayed strong stage presence, perfect technique, and sparkling coloratura in the role of Marie. The opera world is surely looking at a great talent." "With a rich, focused yet ethereal sound, soprano Sharleen Joynt brings both erotic seduction and wit to the role of Ariadne." "Sharleen Joynt sings, purrs, coos, and ravages her way through this extremely high role excellently." Eckhard Britsch, Opernnetz "Sharleen Joynt nailed Araidne's heavenly highs and hellish intervalic leaps with exemplary clarity and precise intonation." "Particularly outstanding was Sharleen Joynt as the 1st High Soprano and Ariadne. "And how could one better cast the role of Ariadne than with the phenomenal Sharleen Joynt, who fulflls all of Rihm's extreme requirements effortlessly." "Sharleen Joynt possesses both presence and breathtaking coloratura." "The most remarkable feature about Heidelberg's Ariadne is Sharleen Joynt's big solo: the cheekiness of the leader of the commedia dell'arte group transported into the 20th century culminates in an aria about extreme experiences of exalted love, delivered with an artistic command that leaves the listener breathless. Soprano Sharleen Joynt's Despina in Dessau carried great conviction - her Zerbinetta kindles enormous enthusiasm." Frieder Reininghaus, Deutschlandradio Kultur "Zerbinetta was cast with a singer from the house, and Sharleen Joynt sang her role with a secure soprano that Not for a long time has the opera stage seen a Zerbinetta of such power, virtuosity and security as in Sharleen Joynt's performance. "And Sharleen Joynt with her enchanting lyric coloratura soprano delivers a ravishing portrayal that sparks the audience's enthusiasm." Eckhard Britsch, Mannheimer Morgen "The pretty Canadian coloratura Sharleen Joynt already wowed the audience with her coquette portrayal in the prologue. Sharleen Joynt sings this daunting role with a silvery, sparkling, substantial and resonant soprano. "Among the sopranos, Sharleen Joynt as Fausta deserves frst mention, giving her role an attractive profle, which ranges from hysteria to ravishingly beautiful cantilena." Eckhard Britsch, Opernnetz "Sharleen Joynt's soprano responded subtly and eloquently even into the extreme high range." Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich, Frankfurter Rundschau "Sharleen Joynt is the new coloratura in Heidelberg and introduced herself brilliantly with extremely intensive and virtuosically shaped singing and an attractive voice capable of profound expression." "The soprano roles are sumptuously cast: Sharleen Joynt portrays Fausta as a highly differentiated character encompassing hysterical outbursts and beautifully shaped lyricism." Eckhard Britsch, Mannheimer Morgen "Glitter and be Gay", Heidelberg Opera Gala (Heidelberg | November 2011) - translated from German "With an aria from Leonard Bernstein's "Candide" the 27-years-young soprano Sharleen Joynt sang her way straight into the hearts of Heidelbergers. Full of spirit and with considerable charm, she gave a light and airy rendition of the aria "Glitter and be Gay" and made an impression with a vocal range that is second to none." "Sharleen Joynt portrayed Zerbinetta exceptionally well. "Sharleen Joynt in the acrobatic aria of Zerbinetta was simply stunning (and was aided by the bold staging with sexual insinuations, but brilliantly and tastefully done)." Get to know Sharleen as she takes you backstage at Theater und Orchester Heidelberg! NEWS Sharleen Joynt reprises the role of Queen of the Night in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte with Pacific Opera Victoria on February 16, 18, 22, 24, and 26.


Episode 1 Recap Roundup + Bachelor Nation News -

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Sharleen Joynt for FLARE Magazine


Episode 2 Recap Roundup + Bachelor Nation News -

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