Calendar 2017


Joanna is guest conductor for the Harpenden-based chamber choir The Lea Singers this term.
Concert entitled “Spring Swing” is on March 4th. Details to follow…

22nd: Joanna and her husband Alexander L’Estrange lead their popular You can sing…but can you swing!? workshop for Hanley Voices, conducted by Ben Sawyer

29th: Joanna performs with Tenebrae Consort their pop/jazz programme entitled Sun, Moon, Sea & Stars
Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington, UK, 7.30pm


1st: Joanna leads a Gospel workshop with the choirs of Streatham & Clapham High School
Streatham & Clapham High School, UK, all day

11th: Joanna performs with Tenebrae Consort their pop/jazz programme entitled Sun, Moon, Sea & Stars
Portaferry, County Down, Ireland, 7.30pm

25th: Joanna is the high soprano soloist for a performance of Grand Pianola Music by John Adams. Synergy Vocals join Britten Sinfonia for this special concert to mark the composer’s 70th birthday
Barbican, London, UK, 7.30pm


4th: Joanna conducts Harpenden-based chamber choir The Lea Singers in a programme entitled Spring Swing, to include a set from L’Estranges in the Night and also Alexander L’Estrange‘s Song Cycle: vive la vélorution! featuring the composer himself on piano, Jonny Gee on bass &  Mark Armstrong on trumpet.
Beechwood Park School, Markyate, UK, 7pm

15th: Joanna performs Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich with Synergy Vocals and members of the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Royal Festival Hall, UK, 7.30pm


 Joanna is the solo vocalist for a performance of Dear Esther LIVE, the award-winning game soundtrack by Jessica Curry, at the London Games Festival
St John’s Church, Hackney, London, UK, 7.30pm

Joanna Forbes L’Estrange’s vocals were particularly captivating and powerful, coupled with the mystical imagery of icey stalactites and stalagmites, jutting through the cave walls.

The music itself, as performed live, had a far deeper and instant emotional impact on me than I was expecting; I have to give my most favourite performances a shout out from a superb all-round performance; Rachel Robson (viola), Joanna Forbes L’Estrange (vocals), Everton Nelson and Tom Pigott-Smith (violins). The violin passages in particular moved me beyond all words.

 8th: Joanna is the soprano soloist for a performance of Will Todd’s Mass in Blue with the Alexander L’Estrange jazz trio and Hanley Choir, conducted by Ben Sawyer

Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire, UK, 7.30pm

15th, 16th & 17th: Joanna performs the soprano solos for Return of the King LIVE, part of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, with score by Howard Shore.
Munich, Germany


6th: Joanna and her husband Alexander L’Estrange lead their popular You can sing…but can you swing!? workshop for Wokingham Choral Society

12th & 13th: Joanna performs Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich with Synergy Vocals and the Steve Reich Ensemble
Elbphilharmonie Grosser Saal, Hamburg, Germany

18th: Joanna performs with Tenebrae a special concert to mark the start of a UK tour of Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles, composed for the choir in 2005.
Hull Minster, UK, 7.30pm

24th: Joanna performs with Tenebrae: Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles, composed for the choir in 2005, and Owain Park’s Footsteps.
Bath Abbey, UK, 7.30pm


6th: Joanna performs as part of London Voices Consort for Daryl Runswick’s 70th Birthday Concert
Cadogan Hall, London, UK

12th: Joanna and Alexander L’Estrange AKA jazz duo L’Estranges in the Night present their unique mix of songs old and new
St Thomas’s Church, Jersey

13th & 14th: Joanna is the solo vocalist for Jersey Sings

“A special concert featuring two nights of the largest children’s choir in Jersey and international stars Joanna Forbes L’Estrange and Tom Billington performing pop songs, from musicals, ballads, and medleys. Unmissable.”

Fort Regent, Jersey, 7pm


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