Josh Groban, Michael Bublé and William Joseph have many things in common-- they are young, they are not your typical music artists, and they are shepherded in their careers by illustrious producer David Foster. Groban and Bublé have become major stars; Joseph is on his way. With his second major-label album, Beyond, the inventive, impassioned pianist and songwriter reaches beyond the boundaries of the contemporary instrumental genre to touch a new generation.
Joseph's music -- a genre-defying crossover mélange that has been described as "classical pop" -- captures a variety of moods, from the dramatic, to the heart-wrenching, to the light and playful, and all performed with the emotional power and polished precision that William has become known for.
Spectrum Culture's Best CDs of 2008, praised William for his "breathtaking piano playing." He has also been called "a major young pop talent" by The Toronto Star.