Joseph's reputation as an organist has rapidly spread across the globe since his time at the Chapels Royal, St James's Palace, London.
Thanks to the discernment and determination of the Dean, Dr John Shepherd, Joseph is now bringing the spotlight onto St George's Cathedral - not only for his world-renowned skills as a cathedral organist, but also thanks to the amazing achievements of the Cathedral Choir and Consort under his direction, including national broadcasts, recordings and performances.
Right across New Zealand, fliers and posters are now announcing Joseph's visit, and seats filling for his recital tour. He is scheduled to be interviewed on Radio New Zealand next Monday, 31 May, at 8.15am Perth time. You can listen to the interview online on Radio New Zealand Concert.
In September, he will perform at the Fugato Festival in Bad Homburg, Germany, with the famed Kings Singers, connecting Perth with more globally acclaimed musicians.
Since joining the Cathedral in 2008, Joseph has performed and recorded in France, the UK, North America and Australia. This year alone, he will have given 50 concerts as St George's Organist and conductor of the Choir and Consort.
Not only is it a great honour for the Cathedral to be associated with a world-renowned musician of Joseph's calibre, but the enormous outreach achieved by these tours, broadcasts and recordings is immeasurable.