Training: Guildhall School of Music & Drama
Theatre: Thursford Christmas Spectacular (Thursford Collection), Merrily We Roll Along (Guildhall), Fiddler on the Roof (Guildhall), Crazy for You (Guildhall).
Opera: Sane & Sound (Arcola Theatre/Barbican), Rain (Arcola Theatre), West Side Story (Conservatori Liceu/Mosaika), The Mikado (Opera Anywhere), Cosí fan tutte (Guildhall), Orpheus in the Underworld (Guildhall).
Concerts Include: The Best of Rock Musicals (Eventim Apollo), Guys and Dolls in Concert (West Green House Opera), Crazy Coqs Presents (Live at Zédel)*, A West End Christmas 2017 (Actors Church, Covent Garden).
Recordings: Katherine Jenkins Cinema Paradiso (Decca), Katherine Jenkins Guiding Light (Decca).
Workshops: If So & So What Though (Arts Theatre)*, Sabrina (BML Workshop), Mascherato: The New Musical (Barbican/Guildhall), Mitten Hands and the MisMatch Band (Drama Centre)*, Journeys (devised, Guildhall), Dracula (Guildhall).
Television: Songs of Praise (Avanti/BBC), Whatever After (TBR), A Kylie Christmas at The Royal Albert Hall (Sky Arts).
Film: Seeking (dir. Sam Phillips).
Joe is a singer, actor-musician and composer from South Devon. A recent graduate of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he studied with David Pollard for singing, and with Dr Laura Bowler & Malcolm Singer for composition. Joe’s performing credits include the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, Guys and Dolls in Concert with the London Philharmonic, BBC Songs of Praise, Best of Rock Musicals (Eventim Apollo), West Side Story, Grimeborn Festival (Arcola Theatre), and in recordings for Kathrine Jenkins Guiding Light & Cinema Paradiso (Decca).
As a composer Joe is is currently developing a new musical: If So & So What Though?, which recently premiered above the Arts Theatre in London. and wrote the score for Mitten Hands and the MisMatched Band with playwright Jade Greene for a workshop at Drama Centre in 2018. Joe’s shakespearian song-cycle One in Ones Time combines texts from a variety of plays and sets a narrative to Jacque’s As You Like It monologue ‘All the Worlds a Stage’.
Contributing to education, Joe is currently working with Snaresbrook Prep School, KM Music School and Stagecoach Performing Arts Islington. Joe’s studies at the Guildhall School have been generously supported by the Really Useful Group and the Guildhall School Trust.