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9 November 2019

Julian Joseph in Dorset

 

St Mary's Church, 15 Edward Road, Dorchester, DT1 2JH

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27 September 2019

Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Joseph), with the Julian Joseph Trio and Guildhall Big Band

Barbican Hall, London EC1

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26 July 2019

Julian Joseph Trio

 

The Kitchen, Storyhouse, Chester

With Mark Hodgson on bass and Jerry Brown on drums.

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24 March 2019

Julian Joseph & Jason Rebello

 

PizzaExpress Jazz Club, Soho

In 1995, at London’s revered Wigmore Hall, the renowned jazz pianist Julian Joseph hosted a series of sold out jazz concert partnerships, one evening of which was a two piano concert with Jason Rebello. That concert is still talked about as one of London’s greatest jazz experiences. The recording of Julian and Jason’s 12-minute improvised rendition of Herbie Hancock’s “Maiden Voyage” bears repeated listening as a classic experience of two jazz masters, not only playing brilliantly as individual pianists, but also listening, interacting and responding together.

 

Twenty three years later Julian and Jason will be together again at PizzaExpress Jazz Club in Soho for The Steinway Two-pianos Festival 2019 for their first reunion, not to recreate the past but to excite and entertain with their current brilliant jazz skills moulded into one unique performance.

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17 October 2018

Trench Brothers

 

Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UE

Music: Julian Joseph and Richard Taylor 
Words: Tertia Sefton-Green

A new music theatre work commemorating the contributions of ethnic minority soldiers during the First World War through music, theatre and puppetry, bringing to life their hopes and fears, their longing for home, their camaraderie, courage and valour.

Directed by Clare Whistler and Freya Wynn-Jones to Neil Irish’s designs, it features over 250 children from local primary schools in Brighton, Newhaven, Lewes and Seaford alongside acclaimed jazz vocalist of the year and MOBO nominated Cleveland Watkiss and ‘superb’ (The Times) opera singer Damian Thantrey.

Renowned jazz composer Julian Joseph and award-winning composer Richard Taylor are joined by composers Michael Betteridge, Jenny Gould, Matthew King, James Redwood and Omar Shahryar in a unique collaboration drawing together work developed with schools across London, Lancashire and the South East since 2014.

This powerful centenary event is made all the more poignant by its location in Brighton Dome, which served as an Indian Military Hospital during the war.

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5 & 6 October 2018

Julian Joseph's Tristan and Isolde (World Premiere)

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London SE1

Witness romance and tragedy collide in Julian Joseph’s reworking of the ancient legend of Tristan and Isolde. This oratorio for today draws inspiration from the worlds of jazz and classical music creating a contemporary setting for this heart-breaking tale. 

In a world premiere, composer and pianist Joseph brings together his own choice of singers and jazz soloists to collaborate on this significant new work with the BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Singers.

Performers

BBC Concert Orchestra 
Clark Rundell conductor
Carleen Anderson singer
Ken Papenfus singer
Christine Tobin singer
Cleveland Watkiss singer
Julian Joseph Trio 
Members of the Julian Joseph All Star Big Band 
BBC Singers 

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21 July 2018

Carry That Sound (World Premiere)

The Chineke! Orchestra will be performing Julian's new commission, "Carry That Sound" at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre.

 

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