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Alexis, Josué

Josué Alexis, born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, embarked on his musical journey at a tender age, guided by his innate talent and passion for the piano. Under the tutelage of Mr. Joseph Pierre, he began his formal piano studies, laying the foundation for a future filled with musical brilliance.

Continuing his education at the Lyra Music School under the guidance of Mr. Loubert-Victor Léopold, Josué's talent flourished, catching the attention of renowned pianist Mr. Serge Villedrouin. Recognizing Josué's exceptional abilities, Villedrouin became his mentor, nurturing his talent and shaping his musical development. Additionally, Josué benefited from the invaluable advice of Mne Micheline Laudun Denis, further refining his skills and artistic sensibilities.

In 2003, Josué's dedication and skill were rewarded when he clinched a distinction prize at the National Piano and Solfège Competition, marking a significant milestone in his musical journey.

Throughout his career, Josué has lent his talents as an accompanist to numerous choirs, soloists, and musical ensembles in the capital city. From the "Chorale Sacré-Choeur/Saint-Louis" to the "Petit Choir de Jeunes" of the First Baptist Church and beyond, Josué's piano accompaniment has enriched countless performances, earning him admiration and acclaim within the Haitian music community.

Josué's versatility as a musician extends beyond classical repertoire, as he delved into jazz, honing his skills and exploring diverse musical styles. His participation in the Port-au-Prince Jazz Festival and collaboration with guitarist-composer Hans Peters in the "Jabadou" project allowed him to further expand his musical horizons.

In addition to his collaborative ventures, Josué has showcased his solo artistry through piano recitals, captivating audiences with his interpretations of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and other classical masters. His debut recital in October 2018 marked a significant milestone in his career, showcasing his mastery of the piano and his profound musical expression.

Josué's talent has not gone unnoticed internationally, as evidenced by his accompaniment of German soprano Christine Reber in recitals both in Haiti and abroad. His collaborations with esteemed artists such as James Germain, Dadou Pasquet, Tamara Suffren, Emeline Michel, and Beethova Obas have further solidified his reputation as a versatile and accomplished musician.

As Josué continues to inspire audiences with his music, he remains a shining beacon of Haitian musical excellence, dedicated to sharing his passion and talent with the world.




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