Justin Coyne is a Boston based trombonist focusing on contemporary works for both solo performance and chamber ensembles. He is a founding member of Liquid Jungle, a brass quintet consisting of Lawrence University alumni that focuses on commissioning, recording, and performing new music. They released their self titled EP in May of 2017. Justin has attended the Atlantic Brass Quintet Summer Seminar, both individually and with Liquid Jungle. In addition to chamber music, Justin has performed many contemporary solo works as well. He premiered Concrete Indefinite by Matt Bardin in 2017 and will premier a concerto written by Dominic Ellis in 2019. Justin is also no stranger to the jazz world, having played with the Downbeat award winning Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble and the Jazz Community Big Band in Chicago. Justin is also a proficient doubler, playing euphonium with the Lawrence University Symphonic Band and Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble, and bass trombone with the Lawrence University Wind Ensemble. He also is the host and co-creator of The Young Musician’s Podcast, a weekly podcast that focuses on issues pertinent to college-aged musicians. Justin has received a Bachelor of Music in Trombone Performance and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Lawrence University, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Music in Trombone Performance at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee.


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