"Yesterday I listened... today I loved!"
|The Gulbenkian Theatre »||7:30 pm||Sunday 13 May 2012|
|Ticket Price||Ticket Info||Ticket Link||£18/£16 Friends/£9 Students.||Free to U16s when accompanied by a paying adult.||Ticket Link|
Julian Joseph is a viruosic pianist, bandleader, composer, arranger and broadcaster, never failing to inspire with his mastery of the keyboard, the versatility of his musicianship, and the seemingly limitless scope of his creative imagination. Tonight's concert will feature a wide-ranging repertoire of original compositions and arrangements, all rooted in the jazz tradition but combined with Julian's unique flair and imagination.
Julian Joseph (piano)
Mark Hodgson (bass)
Mark Mondesir (drums)
Duration: 2hrs [inc. interval]
Virtuoso pianist, bandleader, composer, arranger and broadcaster, Julian Joseph is the undisputed heir to the global house of jazz. Acclaimed by critics and audiences the world over, Julian never fails to inspire with his mastery of the keyboard, the versatility of his musicianship, and the seemingly limitless scope of his creative imagination. Always relaxed and self-assured, Julian is completely at home on any stage and in front of any band. His passion for the music is palpable, and his desire to communicate that passion compelling.
Over the past two decades Julian has developed and expanded his musical capabilities in a staggering array of formats. As a solo performer he holds audiences rapt from the minute he sits down at the piano, undaunted by either the vastness or intimacy of the platform. He is to be seen at all the major international festivals, has toured the globe with his Trio and Quartet, Electric Band and Forum Project band, directed and performed with his All-Star Big Band at some of the grandest venues in the UK to audiences of thousands and premiered two operas ~ Bridgetower (2007) and Shadowball (2010).