Justino Eustacio Pérez
Justino specializes in writing large orchestral music. He prides himself with a flexible style, capable of catering to your precise needs.
Justino Eustacio Pérez was born in the small farming town of Porterville, California. Although having started music late in his teens, a passion for music quickly grew in Mr. Perez, and he went on to study music composition at Humboldt State University. At HSU he received the school’s prestigious Van Duzer scholarship and was awarded the “Student with the Most Individual Success in the Visual and Performing Arts.” After graduating, Mr. Pérez went on to teach elementary and middle school music in Denver, CO, and later on in his home town of Porterville. Mr. Pérez is dedicated to working on creating accessible new music for students and frequently premieres works with schools and ensembles across the world. Most recently Mr. Pérez has been a finalist for the Morton Gould Young Composer competition. Mr. Pérez has also graduated with a MM in Composition from the University of Northern Colorado where he studied Film Composition with Ludek Drizhal.
Ryan has been a musician for 15 years. He specializes in piano works, minimalist music, music with an ethereal sound, and music with horrifying ambience.
Ryan grew up in Northern California and began his piano studies at the age of 12. He attended Humboldt State University for his bachelor's degree and studied under the instruction of Daniela Mineva. He then attended the Eastman School of Music where he received a master’s degree in piano performance and studied under Van Cliburn Competition winner, Alexander Kobrin. He has been featured as a soloist with the Eureka Symphony, Humboldt Symphony and the North State Symphony. He has participated in the Round Top Music Festival in Texas and the Atlantic Music Festival in Maine. He has performed extensively and has written much solo piano music that he himself has premiered.