Music

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Johnny has been surrounded by music his whole life. His musicality began when he joined the Bach Children’s Chorus completing nine full seasons with them. At the age of nine his father handed him a music notation program and that’s when he began composing. It took Johnny four more years to feel comfortable with sharing his music, publicly releasing his first song The Monster in Me when he was thirteen.

As an instrumentalist, Johnny can proficiently play the piano, soprano flute, acoustic guitar, ukulele, and the soprano recorder. He has also dabbled with playing the cello, orchestral percussion, bells, and mallets.

As a vocalist, Johnny has completed his grade 8 Royal Conservatory of Music and has become a private/group voice teacher since then. Some notable credits include singing alongside the Bach Children’s Chorus, Bach Chamber Youth Choir, Fideles, Brampton Symphony Orchestra, The Amadeus Choir, Michael Burgess, Emm Gryner, and Rachel Fridkin.

As a composer, Johnny has been hired to write for a number of staged shows as well as films. His music is often described as “haunting.” He has released three soundtrack albums and one full length album to this date.