Joy Yelenosky

MSM - Voice

Joy Yelenosky is a Contralto/Mezzo from Chicago who is currently pursuing her Graduate degree in the Sacred Music program at Notre Dame University. She holds a Classical Vocal Performance degree from the Chicago College of Performing Arts, at Roosevelt University where she made her opera debut as Dido, in Dido and Aeneas. Joy also received her associate degree in Classical Piano Performance and Argentinian Folk Music from the Conservatorio Superior de Música Julián Aguirre in Cordoba, Argentina. Ms. Yelenosky has also been the recipient of the Illinois Music Association’s first place awards and the Piano Sonata NSMTA Competition as a Gold Medalist, as well as the ISMTA Classical Voice Competition. Joy speaks and writes in Spanish fluently.

Joy is a faculty member of the piano and voice programs at the Music Conservatory of Illinois, where she has been teaching students of all ages and levels in both private and group settings. She has also held the position as the Principal Cantor and Section Leader of the choir at the St. Lamber’s Catholic Church in Skokie. And has sung in the St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church choir in Evanston.