The Robert Jospé Trio
Robert Jospe Trio
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, May 3, 2023.
Robert Jospe Trio Live at The Possum’s Store 9/24/22
Daniel Clarke on piano, 10 years world touring with k.d. Lang,
Paul Langosch on bass, 20 years world touring with Tony Bennett
Robert Jospe on drums, music educator at UVA for 32 years, band leader and Touring Artist for 31 years with the Virginia Commission For The Arts.
“On October 8, 2022, the Williamsburg Regional Library once again had the pleasure of presenting the Robert Jospe Trio as part of the Dewey Decibel Concert Series. The Trio did not disappoint. Robert’s musicianship, stage presence, and energy were contagious and established an instant connection with the audience.”
Rob Hass, Program Services & Security Director, Williamsburg Regional Library
May 14, 2022- “We had the Robert Jospe Trio at the Highland Arts Center tonight. They are world class. I have not seen three musicians of this quality who clearly loved playing together. Wonderful performance.”
Clair Myers, Director Highland Arts Center
The Robert Jospé Quartet
Daniel Clarke, Paul Langosch, Robert Jospe and Chris Whiteman
July 30, 2022- “The Workhouse Arts Center recently had the pleasure of presenting Robert Jospe as part of a curated series of music concerts. It was a complete joy working with Robert and his band- from arranging the booking all the way through the concert night, and we are already looking for future opportunities to present Robert Jospe again in an upcoming season.
The style and energy of the concert resonated with our audiences- top notch musicianship interspersed by a handful of anecdotes and interesting thoughts or about the works or composers being performed. It was a terrific night of music at our venue and the exit comments from attendees all agree this was an exceptional experience.”
Joseph Wallen, Director Performing Arts
Workhouse Arts Foundation, Inc.
“I love to play different styles of music and to be in bands with great musicians” – Robert Jospé
“It’s the honesty you apply to your playing that makes music enjoyable. The style of the music has little to do with it. It’s only honesty that makes it beautiful.” – Elvin Jones