When Steel Talks (WST) extends Happy Birthday greetings to veteran panist, composer, arranger, engineer, educator and performing musician Natasha Joseph

Natasha Joseph

Happy Birthday to Natasha Joseph

January 28th

When Steel Talks extends Birthday Greetings to panist, Natasha Joseph

“I am heavily influenced by Jazz music. My study and listening collection of music comprises of John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Charlie Parker, Chick Corea, Irakere, Dafnis Prieto, Keith Jarret and locally Clive Bradley, Len “Boogsie” Sharpe, Rupert Clemendore, Aldwyn Roberts, Arthur De Coteau and Earl Rodney.” -- Natasha joseph

No last name is needed for instant recognition in the world of Pan for “Natasha.” She is as equally humble as she is immensely talented. Destined for greatness - she is a musical prodigy who has the respect of her peers. In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks - educator, performer, arranger, composer and drill-master Natasha Joseph provides insight into her expectations and experiences as an elite panist in Trinidad and Tobago.

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