About William Joyner

Over the course of his career, tenor William Joyner has given nearly 550 performances of some 55 different roles, in 12 countries on 3 continents.  He has sung in some of the world’s foremost opera theaters, including Milan’s Teatro alla Scala, Bologna’s Teatro Comunale, Venice’s Gran Teatro la Fenice, Paris’ Opéra National (Bastille), Brussels’ Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, Berlin’s Deutsche Oper and Deutsche Staatsoper, The Washington National Opera, Miami’s Florida Grand Opera, The New York City Opera, and The Santa Fe Opera.  William Joyner has performed with the Chicago Symphony, the New York Philharmonic, and the Münchener Rundfunkorchester, and has worked with some of the greatest maestri of our time, including Daniel Barenboim, the late Gary Bertini, Bertrand de Billy, John DeMain, Heinz Fricke, the late Armin Jordan, Vladimir Jurowski, Anne Manson, Antonio Pappano, Georges Prêtre, and the late Marcello Viotti.

William Joyner is pleased to announce that he has joined the faculty of the University of North Texas College of Music, as Assistant Professor of Vocal Studies.

About William Joyner

Name: William Joyner

Voice:  Tenor

Born:  North Carolina, USA

Affiliations:  AEA, AGMA, CAEA, College Music Society, NATS, SAG-AFTRA

Education:  The Juilliard School, The Catholic University of America, The College of William and Mary, Ravenscroft School

Favorite Roles:  Cavaradossi, Des Grieux, Don José, Il Duca di Mantova, Faust (Berlioz, Boito, and Gounod), Jimmy Mahoney, Pelléas, Rodolfo, Roméo, Tom Rakewell

Favorite Quote:  “E non ho amato mai tanto la vita!”

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