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Justin Piper is a guitarist, arranger and composer whose musical styles include jazz, funk, and rock, with an ecclectic mix of ethnic overtones including Latin and Indian styles.
This page provides biographical information, contact information for bookings and lessons, some assorted sound clips, on-line lessons, and a listing of upcoming gigs.
Justin Piper brings a modern approach to the funk table, having been influenced by John Mclaughlin, Pat Metheny, and Kevin Eubanks. He graduated magna cum laude from the Berklee College of Music in 1999, with a bachelors degree in music performance. After graduation, Justin continued studying with guitar Bruce Bartlett, (a Berklee professor) and jazz composition and style with the legendary Charlie Banacos (on the faculty of New England Conservatory). Both are well known and highly respected musicians in the greater Boston area.
In January, 2002, he matriculated at the New England Conservatory of Music, and graduated with a Masters of Music degree in jazz studies in January, 2004. Justin has received numerous awards from the international association of jazz educators.
A full time musician, Justin splits his time between playing with his band, The Justin Piper Trio, freelance gigs with a variety of different groups, teaching guitar and bass, and writing / arranging / recording original music. Justin was formerly with the Freelance Bishops.
For more details, please consult his Professional Resume.
Book Justin's group to play at your function, whether it be a reception, dinner, or rocking the night away with after-dinner dancing. He will suit his group's musical style to fit your needs, be it jazz, funk, blues or classic rock. He plays solo, with a trio, or can arrange a quintet. Please call!
Justin has limited openings for private lessons with motivated students. Call today for an appointment.
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This page last updated: Sunday, August 20, 2006