Justin Brown

Musician

Justin Brown has been playing guitar for 23 years, and was raised in a musical family, who’s mother was the executive director of the International symphony orchestra in Sarnia, Ontario.
Justin began his musical studies with classical guitarist Dino Molito from Sarnia who went on to create his own musical label in Los Angeles, California.
Later Justin studied with Dr. John Higney professor of music from University of Western, Ontario. He not only continued to develop Justin’s musical skills in classical guitar, yet also, changed the course of his artistic path, by introducing him to flamenco guitar music. In search of a more in-depth training in flamenco, Justin moved to Toronto, Ontario to study with internationally recognized flamenco artist Miguel de la Bastide. As well this led to Justin being invited in to accompany flamenco dance classes at Carmen Romero School of Flamenco Dance arts where he currently, holds the position of resident guitarist.
In the past seven years Justin, has been invited to play for the schools of Maria Serrano, Esmeralda Enrique, Arte Flamenco as well as playing for collectives such as Triana project and and is the resident guitarist for Tablao Flamenco a local presentation venue in Toronto.
Other than flamenco, Justin explores experimental electronic music with and without flamenco.
Justin Brown has been playing guitar for 23 years, and was raised in a musical family, who’s mother was the executive director of the International symphony orchestra in Sarnia, Ontario.
Justin began his musical studies with classical guitarist Dino Molito from Sarnia who went on to create his own musical label in Los Angeles, California.
Later Justin studied with Dr. John Higney professor of music from University of Western, Ontario. He not only continued to develop Justin’s musical skills in classical guitar, yet also, changed the course of his artistic path, by introducing him to flamenco guitar music. In search of a more in-depth training in flamenco, Justin moved to Toronto, Ontario to study with internationally recognized flamenco artist Miguel de la Bastide. As well this led to Justin being invited in to accompany flamenco dance classes at Carmen Romero School of Flamenco Dance arts where he currently, holds the position of resident guitarist.
In the past seven years Justin, has been invited to play for the schools of Maria Serrano, Esmeralda Enrique, Arte Flamenco as well as playing for collectives such as Triana project and and is the resident guitarist for Tablao Flamenco a local presentation venue in Toronto.
Other than flamenco, Justin explores experimental electronic music with and without flamenco.

Justin Brown