Jun Tyler is a British pianist/composer born in Tokyo, Japan. He began his piano studies at the age of 3 at the Yamaha music school and later with Kumi Tokunaga where he developed a sturdy technique and discovered his love for music.
He came first place in the Baroque Keyboard programme at the Grantham Competition. Jun holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Huddersfield where he majored in Piano Performance taught by Sally Ann MacLeod and minored in Composition.
At the SPNM, he advanced his composition skills and expanded a diverse musical pallet. As a piano major and multi-instrumentalist, Jun enjoys a thriving music career.
He played numerous solo/ensemble-performances in the UK and abroad such as Japan, Hong Kong, Spain, Italy and France. He regularly perform as accompanist and participate in worship services. Jun see’s teaching as an extension of his passion for music.
He previously taught piano and music theory/history at the Oscars School of Performing Arts and Nobel Leadership Academy where he produced great results. He is a very approachable teacher and loved by both young and adult students. He teaches in both English and Japanese.