A hint of "April in Paris"

“April in Paris” is the theme for the Kerrytown Concert House April 2021 Laughter at the Happy Hour concert with the second installment of excerpts from "An Evening of Popular Song," presented in 2012 at Thayer Hall in Los Angeles…

Another Round of "Laughter at the Happy Hour"!

Celebrate Joan's birthday on February 10 with another edition of Laughter at the Happy Hour! 

February 10th is Joan Morris’s birthday, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate it than to feature Joan and Bill for…

Laughter at the Happy Hour with BOLCOM & MORRIS 

UPDATE: Another performance of LAUGHTER AT THE HAPPY HOUR is scheduled for October 29!  --- On Sept. 24, Kerrytown Concert House's new virtual series, Live at the 415, featured Bolcom and Morris presenting some of their favorite songs and stories from a lifetime of performing together in a show called "Laughter at the Happy Hour."

Tune In to Joan Morris Radio

Joan now has her own "station" on Pandora! If you're not a Pandora user already, it's easy and free. It's an online music streaming service that will play music tailored to your musical interests. Click on the Pandora link to…

Let me sing and I'm happy!

Let Me Sing and I’m Happy: The Memoir and Handbook of a Singing Actress by Joan Morris is the history of an actress who sings popular songs. It is also a handbook detailing Joan's approach to bringing the song to life.

Bolcom & Morris to be honored with Lifetime Achievement Medal on February 11

Arts Alliance Medals for Arts, Sciences & Humanities event celebrates "outstanding and sustained artistic and creative accomplishments within the arts" 

Awarded annually, The Arts Alliance Medals for Arts, Sciences & Humanities honor and celebrate the extraordinary contributions and accomplishments…


A 1986 interview with Chicago classical music host Bruce Duffie

This interview with William Bolcom, which took place on June 29,1986, also included the participation of his wife, mezzo-soprano Joan Morris. Bruce Duffie says: "As with some other musical couples that I’ve interviewed, on occasion they both responded to my questions together back and forth, and I was perceptive enough not to interrupt!" 

Review: "When the World Was Young"

Alex Cohen writes for Theater Pizzazz: "Selected songs date from 1894-2015, the former offered respectfully as written, not pastiche, the latter, delivered with the insouciance of more devil may care days."