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Joe is an M.A. Composition and BMus (Hons) Music graduate from City University London and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, specialising in jazz, blues and rock guitar. Joe performs professionally in many styles, ensembles, solo performances and pit bands for musical theatre; most notably, Ronnie Scott’s (residency), The Jazz Café, The Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall (jazzlines), Wembley Stadium, Milton Court (Barbican), The Royal Academy of Art, Torino Jazz Club, The Crazy Coqs, Le Quecumbar (house band) and BBC Radio. He is currently performing with ‘Robohands’, ‘The Jorge Bravo Trio’ and ‘Benoit Viellefon & his Orchestra’ amongst many other London based ensembles. He has previously worked with ‘Coco ‘n’ the Fellas’, ‘Amy Hollinrake’, ‘Swing’it’, ‘Brains & Hunch – Music For Moving Image’, ‘Shunt Theatre’, The Royal Borough of Greenwich Music Hub and Barrow Hill Junior School. Joe is an established private music tutor, with over 100 students working in St. John’s Wood, London – recommended by Lucky Fret Music Co. and Guitar Guitar Camden.  He is a visiting accompanist at the GSMD and Goldsmiths University of London. Joe was previously a manager at Rose Morris in Denmark Street. Joe has also achieved distinction in grade 8 electric bass guitar.

Joe has spent many years under the tutelage of Stuart Hall, Barak Schmool, Dave Warren, Jonny Hepbir, Ian Pace and performed for the Lord Mayor of London and HRH Princess Anne.

Testimonials:

“Played with real verve… and with determined virtuosity.”- Dr Ian Pace.

“Demonstrated considerable variety of invention and displayed a healthy range of technical accomplishment.”- Dr Alexander Lingas.

“Fantastic drama, great storytelling… extremely assured performance that displayed a deep knowledge of, and clear love for, the music.” – Carlos Lopez-Real.

“Very good interpretation” – Elios Ferrè

“One of the most swinging player I’ve ever met” – Daniele Ciuffreda

“My favourite band…of this year…Fuzz pop excellence!” – Adam Walton, BBC

 

 

Royal Academy of Art - Jazz Quartet

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