Julian Garvue is a collaborative pianist from Seattle, WA. He has performed and recorded in genres ranging from classical to pop, and has performed at jazz clubs on both coasts of the US.
After graduating from the Eastman School of Music with a Double Bachelor’s degree in Jazz Piano and Music Theory, Julian had a diverse freelancing career in Brooklyn, NY where he worked in such capacities as an accompanist for Columbia University’s Musical Theatre program, choral pianist for Highbridge Voices in the Bronx, choir teacher for the Harmony Program in the Bronx, and ballet pianist for Alden Moves Dance Studio. From 2017 to 2018, he worked as an ArtistYear Americorps Fellow at PS 143Q in Corona, Queens, NY, where he taught music to over 500 elementary school students. Julian is also an accomplished composer.
He is finishing his 3rd year at IU in the Performer Diploma program, following the acquisition of his Master of Music in Collaborative Piano in the Spring of 2022, and he studies with Professors Anne Epperson and Kevin Murphy.