Our Music Director – Joëlle Morris
Originally from Evian, France, Joëlle Morris is a singer, educator, conductor, and voice teacher.
Recognized for her warm mezzo voice and her ability to sparkle on stage, she is admired for her versatility, from the concert stage to the operatic arena, in intimate jazz settings or French cabaret, or simply sharing her gifts as a voice teacher and conductor. An active recitalist, Joëlle has sung across the United States and Europe, and has performed in an array of opera and musical theater shows.
Aside from conducting CODA chorus, Joëlle is a faculty member at Colby College and in the fall of 2019 joined Bates College as a lecturer and choral conductor. You can learn more about her or contact her at her website https://joellemorris.com.
Our Accompanist – Rebecca Caron
Rebecca Caron is a pianist and music director from North Monmouth who plays for theaters, schools, and choruses from Bangor to Portland and everywhere in between. She played her first show at age 16 and hasn’t looked back — since then, she has worked on over 50 productions. Selected Musical Director credits include “The Sorcerer,” “Ruddigore” (Theater at Monmouth), “Jekyll & Hyde,” “Young Frankenstein” (Waterville Opera House), “Gypsy,” “Sister Act,” “Urinetown” (Community Little Theater, Auburn), “Cabaret,” “Grey Gardens” (Monmouth Community Players), and “A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To the Forum” (Lyric Music Theater, South Portland).