2005
DECEMBER    
RADIO BREMEN, GERMANY  
Julian performed a duet concert in Bremen with Brazilian pianist Marcelo Bratke at the Radio Bremen Sendesaal, broadcast on Nordwestradio.
 
OCTOBER
TURNER SIMS HALL, SOUTHAMPTON
Julian joined forces with saxophonist Steve Williamson, bassist Gary Crosby and drummer Rod Young for a landmark gig at the Turner Sims Concert Hall.
 
GUINNESS CORK JAZZ FESTIVAL
Julian performed at the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, Ireland on Thursday 27 & Friday 28 October.
     
JAZZ CAFE, LONDON  
Julian appeared with Steve Williamson, Byron Wallen, Tim Whitehead and Nikki Yeoh at London's Jazz Cafe as part of Camden Black History Month.
     
SEPTEMBER    
SCARBOROUGH JAZZ FESTIVAL    
The Julian Joseph Trio was joined by guitarist Martin Taylor in the Spa Complex at the 2005 Scarborough Jazz Festival. Julian also performed live from the Festival with his trio and singer Jacqui Dankworth on BBC Radio 4's Loose Ends.
     
OLD GRANARY STUDIO, SUFFOLK    
The Julian Joseph Acoustic Trio ~ Adam Salkeld (guitar), Mark Hodgson (bass) ~ performed at The Old Granary Studio in Beccles, Suffolk.
     
AUGUST    
Julian's Quartet ~ Adam Salkeld (guitar), Mark Hodgson (bass), Mark Mondesir (drums) ~ appeared at the Gouvy Jazz & Blues Festival, Belgium.
   
MAY  
BURY ST EDMONDS FESTIVAL    
Julian's Acoustic Trio ~ Adam Salkeld (guitar), Mark Hodgson (bass) ~ appeared at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmonds.
     
NEWBURY SPRING FESTIVAL    
The Julian Joseph Acoustic Trio performed at Donnington Priory as part of the 2005 Newbury Spring Festival.
     
HAMPSTEAD & HIGHGATE FESTIVAL    
Julian performed a solo concert at the Hampstead & Highgate Festival and gave a masterclass during the day.
   
Photo copyright David Sinclair, 2004
APRIL
JAZZ ON 3 SESSIONS
The Julian Joseph Trio session with American saxophonist David Murray for BBC Radio 3's Jazz On 3 was broadcast on Friday 1 April. The session featured four new Joseph originals, including In the Mean Time, A Ballade of Love and I Really Don't Know What to Say.
Click here for pictures from the session.
A session with bassist Gary Crosby, saxophonist Steve Williamson and Mark Mondesir was also broadcast on 6 May featuring Williamson and Joseph originals including Language of Truth, Jacqueline and Dark Nation.
     
MARCH    
VAUGHAN HAWTHORNE-NELSON @ PURCELL ROOM  
Julian special-guested with British alto saxophonist Vaughan Hawthorne-Nelson's Quartet at London's Purcell Room. Band members included Robert Mitchell on piano, Jeremy Brown on bass and Gary Husband on drums.
     
 
PARLIAMENTARY JAZZ AWARDS
 
Julian was amongst the nominees for the Best Jazz Broadcaster award at the 2005 Parliamentary Jazz Awards.
     
 
FEBRUARY
 
ROYAL NORTHERN COLLEGE OF MUSIC, MANCHESTER
 
Julian gave a solo piano concert at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. The programme featured improvisations based on the music of Beethoven, including Julian's own arrangement of music from the composer's late string quartets.
     
JANUARY    
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE JAZZ  
Julian presented and performed in a live Jazz-Line Up with guest John Serry from the Vilar Floral Hall, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The show was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in March.
     
EMILIANA TORRINI: FISHERMAN'S WOMAN  
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Julian can be heard on Icelandic/Italian singer-songwriter Emiliana Torrini's new album, Fisherman's Woman, released by Rough Trade records on 31 January. The album was produced by Dan Carey who also plays guitar, bass, keyboards and percussion, with Samuli Koskinen on drums and percussion.
For more info on Emiliana, visit her website, or go to BBC 6 Music for a full review, audio clips and links.
 
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA, CHICHESTER
The Julian Joseph Quartet ~ Adam Salkeld (guitar), Mark Hodgson (bass); Mark Mondesir (drums) ~ appeared with the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

The concert featured 2 movements from Julian's orchestral suite, 'Symphonic Story: The Great Exception' ~ 'Jacqueline' (movt. 3) and a premiere performance of 'Spiritual Fiction or Fact?' (movt. 5), dedicated to Benjamin Learner and in memory of Rosemary Ann Hutt ('Ruffy').