Since 1994 Joseph started became a regular soloist with the popular Jo’burg Pops concerts and has since sung with all the major symphony orchestras of South Africa. Highlights include singing in the Miss South Africa Pageant, sharing the opening song with the late R&B singer TK at the first International AIDS Conference in Durban. He also sang for Nelson Mandela at his 85th Birthday Celebration.
With his extensive ballet and musical theatre background, Joseph mainly does corporate entertainment in South Africa, Europe, USA and enjoys singing with symphony orchestras all over. In 2004 he toured Italy and Germany performing the music of QUEEN.
Joseph Clark was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, USA, left his ballet career in New York and Salt Lake City when he was brought to South Africa by the PACT Ballet Co. to dance the leading roles in Swan Lake, Papillion, Romeo & Juliet and Witchboy. He decided to stay after he was offered a lucrative contract at NAPAC as dancer, actor and singer. He is a regular soloist with all the symphony orchestras across South Africa and his performances include Pops Concerts, Miss SA Pageant, International AIDS Conference with the late R&B singer TK and Nelson Mandela’s 85th Birthday Celebration.
As lead vocalist in QUEEN At The Opera he toured South Africa with this successful production playing The Durban Playhouse, The Standard Bank Arena, The Johannesburg Civic Theatre, The State Theatre, Pretoria, The Artscape Theatre and The Sand du Plessis Theatre in Bloemfontein. In 2002, Joseph (along with fellow QUEEN At The Opera soloist – Luciano Zuppa) appeared with the JPO in QUEEN - The Concert at the Sandton Convention Centre, The Durban Playhouse Theatre (with the KZNPO), the Spier Festival (with the CPO) and at the Feather Market Centre in Port Elizabeth (with the ECPO).
DALRO for Best Performance by a male dancer 1984 (the Witchboy)
2 Friends of the Ballet Awards for Swan Lake 1983 (the Jester) and Romeo & Juliet 1984 (Romeo)
Nederburg Award for Outstanding dance performance in Natal 1988
3 VITA Awards for March of the Falsettos (Whizzer), Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Narrator) and Queen at the Opera (Lead Singer)
Nominated for best actor in the solo play The Male Intellect – an oxymoron?
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