Jun was born in Hachioji, Japan on May 9th 1985. A year after her birth, her family moved to Caracas, Venezuela where she was greatly influenced by her parents’ involvement in the art world. At the age of four she started her classical training on the piano.
At twelve her parents decided to move to St. Petersburg, FL. Jun spent most of her time drawing and making music. At age fourteen she transitioned her training on the piano into experimenting with other mediums and instruments. At fifteen she was accepted in a magnet program for the arts that enabled her to develop her creative potential further.
At sixteen, Jun was the creative force behind a fundraiser for Earth charter, NCCJ, and S.G.I. This gave her an opportunity to organize an event and collaborate with artists working in other mediums.
After graduating high school, Jun enrolled at the PLAYERS SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Much of her time was consumed with studying jazz standards and independently recording her music on an 8-track.
Jun continued her education in New York City at NYU and attended courses in music management and business. She lived and worked in Manhattan and Brooklyn, where she became an environmental activist. Jun found herself recording more than ever and adding to the exciting New York nightlife by playing gigs throughout the city. After spending two and a half years in the big apple, she decided to return to Florida.
When she came home, she found inspirations that rivaled her passion for music. Sustainable living, health, and environmental and social issues were becoming integral players in Jun’s life. Desiring to incorporate the interests that moved her most, Jun used her music business and management skills, while acting as lead coordinator putting showcases on at local venues. These featured local artists, musicians, and activist speakers.
She is currently practicing the basics of sustainable living, and continues to make original innovative music that produces a substantial following. Joining creative forces with the accomplished drummer, Mark Feinman, and bass player, Alejandro Arenas, from the jazz ensemble "La Lucha", Jun continues to perform and evolve her talents.
She has just finished her first full length album "Mi Casa Es Su Casa" and is working on her next one at Arenas studios.
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