Black History Matters

As well as composing small works played by the Philharmonia Orchestra, Joy Sigaud is an Editor and Publisher with a wealth of experience in the field. She writes and reviews matters of general interest, including interviews and dialogues. She has a longstanding history in publishing which began, after a short stint with Times Newspapers, as […]

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The Jamaican Ambassadors Youth Choir

Once again The Jamaican Ambassadors Youth Choir shone like stars and their performance received rousing ovations at the 2019 Jamaican Independence Day Service under the direction of Joy Sigaud.   The choir members are aged between 4 and 16 years old singing “Don’t Look Back” © written by Joy Sigaud 2019 – A tribute to […]

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Belle The Ballad Opera – A Joy Sigaud Composition

Contemporary meets classical – It’s a Jamaican story where reggae fuses seamlessly with techno and neo-classical with solo piano accompaniments.  A composition of several songs and instrumentals about a young woman who comes to England in the 1950s to start a new life and in spite of adversities through sheer determination she is ultimately triumphant. […]

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Happy Windrush Day 2019

Windrush Day is the 22nd June and it is now celebrated every year in recognition of the thousands who came from the Caribbean, beginning with the first post war arrivals who docked on the SS Empire Windrush at Tilbury Docks on 22nd June 1948. To hear Joy’s radio commentaries see details below and to read […]

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Music

What began as a hobby, having studied piano from an early age, the self taught composer’s works depict themes of current and historical interest in musical form. Sigaud’s style is neo-classical reminiscent of the romantic period and through her music she has opened doors for people of all ages,  from all walks of life, through […]

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Lifestyle

J. Sigaud’s motto is “If it is relevant to you then it is relevant.” EDITIONS LIFESTYLE enveloping a range of themes and issues that affect the lives of the Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Mixed Heritage and African Diaspora in general.     contact: mailto:info@editionbhm.com    

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Short Stories

Joy Sigaud is a British author of Jamaican and a very mixed heritage.  She writes short stories on everyday themes,  things embedded in our subconscious yet pertinent and real.  She has been invited to  feature as a guest on a number of radio stations and television for her views. A Poem about a Jamaican’s journey written […]

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