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Sunday, 07 Dec 2014
Sunday, 07 Dec 2014
On the 7th December, the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy will be holding auditions at Ronnie Scott’s. The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy is a weekly academy under the artistic direction of internationally renowned jazz pianist and composer Julian Joseph, of...
On the 7th December, the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy will be holding auditions at Ronnie Scott’s. The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy is a weekly academy under the artistic direction of internationally renowned jazz pianist and composer Julian Joseph, offering talented young instrumentalists and vocalists an amazing opportunity to work with some of the world’s top jazz musicians to develop their creative talents and performance skills, through exploring the American roots of Jazz. Recent guests at the Academy have included Branford Marsalis, Jean Touissant, Cleveland Watkiss, Jonathan Gee and Tammy Weis. Graduates from the Academy have won places and scholarships at Berklee College of Music, the Royal Academy of Music, Trinity Laban Conservatore of Music and Dance and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. If you would like to come and see them perform, they will be at the London Jazz Festival as part of Serious’ Next Generation Takes Over event at the Clore Ballroom at the Southbank on the 16th November at 2pm.
There are two strands to the Academy - the main Academy and the Essentials Course which is for students who demonstrate great potential and whose knowledge and skills need further development before they join the main programme. This programme is also suitable for those who are more classically trained and would like to learn to play jazz.
Deadline for Application: 3rd December
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