This Sunday’s penultimate act of the current cycle of Jazz’Afro Sundays @ The Barn will feature Joash Soobramoney. Multi instrumentalist Joash began playing the piano at the tender age of 13 and began playing the flute two years later and followed suit with the clarinet. The young protégé took up the saxophone in 2010 beginning with the Alto Saxophone. Joash has always had a love and passion for music and he has always known that he would take his passion further and grow it into a career. Through the Royal School of Music London, Joash passed his Flute practical exam with a Merit.
Whilst still a Learner at the Victoria Park High School in Nelson Mandela Bay Joash played in the Wind band, Choir and Jazz band resulting in him receiving a full scholarship from Grade 10 through to Grade 12.
Joash is currently an Honours student in Music at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) and is highly involved in the music ensembles happening in and around the university. As the versatile musician that he is, Joash currently plays for 6 different bands which vary from classical to jazz, house, electro-dance music and contemporary music. During his first and second years as a Music student at NMMU he was awarded 2nd place for the Charles Bryars Jazz Scholarship. He has recently started a recording studio taking on projects in and around his community which is bursting with a variety of young and accomplished musicians from various genres.
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