International Singer/Songwriter, Actor, Dancer/Choreographer, Model

is grateful to have the opportunity to continue working internationally as an entertainer. Winning “Best Male Artist” at the International Music and Film Festival, and “Best Vocal Artist” American Talent Showcase, Joti performed with legendary greats like Joe Hunter of the Funk Brothers, saxophonist Bobby Strickland, and Jeannie Tracy during his US Tour I Get So Caught Up, holding #1 on the isound charts for 13 weeks. As “Best Artist of the Cultural Arts Festival” he has performed at Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, Fox Studios, Melbourne Recital Hall, Guest Solo Artist at the Mill Valley Film Festival, and Tivoli Jazz Festival Copenhagen Denmark. His new single recording, “What a Wonderful Rainbow” is going to be available. Joti’s song “I Love You” won the semi-finals in the world wide “Song of the Year” contest 2013. Studied at American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, Greenville College for Music is represented by Azure Management, and performing courtesy of Media Alliance and Actor’s Equity Association, International Singer/Songwriter, Actor, Dancer/Choreographer, and Model is grateful to return “Home for the Holidays” to perform his first concert in America in 5 years. Joti brings an eclectic background of experience as like performing as (Bernardo) Broadway 50th Anniversary of West Side Story, original cast of Memphis, original cast of Robin hood by Milton Granger, (Judah) Tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, (Richie) A Chorus Line, (No Moe) Five Guys Named Moe, originating the roles of (York) in the World Premiere of the Opera Sacagawea, romantic lead (Jonnie) Tour My Gypsy, (Paris ) Opera Golden Apple, (Rusty Charlie) Guys and Dolls, Much Ado About Nothing, (Junie & Miss ROJ) August Wilson’s A Colored Museum, (Joseph) Black Nativity, (Rock )Damn Yankees, received the Danny Talent Award for Duke Ellington’s Sophisticated Ladies, was the Principal Dancer with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Stapleton Ballet, and C.O.M. He looks forward to what the new year brings. As a new Australian, Joti has had an amazing year working on projects (Angry Boys with Chris Liley, Woodley, Winners & Losers, Film 25, International TVC Samsonite, Australian Unity, Victoria Tourism, Myers, and a concert of Merrily we Roll Along at Melbourne Recital Hall). As a member of MEAA, the Australian performers union, Joti is happy to support more spaces for Australian faces as he feels more Australian than he ever thought he would. He absolutely loves this country and is embracing the rich culture.

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