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John Yun is a New York-based music director and pianist and is currently the associate conductor for Bob Fosse’s Dancin’ on Broadway. He was also recently the associate music director for Tina: the Tina Turner musical on Broadway. John has worked professionally in a wide range of music styles and is frequently engaged for broadway productions, concerts, masterclasses, collaborative projects, new musical workshops, studio recordings and song coaching. Recent projects include conducting for the Leonard Bernstein foundation & MTI’s new West Side Story 20-piece orchestra score rework, playing keyboard for Disney’s Zombies 3 music video with Meg Donnelly and Milo Manheim, as well as other studio recording projects. 2021 included performances on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, as well as the 74th Tony Awards. John has conducted performances in over 20 countries and is also a coffee nerd.

          John is currently on major-possibly-forever hiatus as a doctoral candidate in piano performance at Western University.  He is also a former professional DJ and dog dad to Finn. If you’ve made it this far, he will Venmo you $5 @Johnyunpianist.

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Young Alumnus goes "West" to find the world

"Western alumnus John Yun, MMus ’12, recently landed a performance and associate conductor role in the international tour of West Side Story. This 40-plus-week tour will play major opera houses and theaters across Europe and Asia."

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The London Music Scholarship Foundation 2010 Winner - John Yun

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Making Piano Magic

"This writer was fortunate enough to see Yun as a finalist last Friday in the 2010 London Kiwanis music fest Rose Bowl. Like all the finalists, Yun was amazing. Then, it turned out he was just as amazing in a whole other keyboard universe..."

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John Yun on Chopin, Two Crown King & more

"Jazz has always been a second love for me... I did half of my undergraduate studies at Laurentian University in Sudbury, ON, where exists a tight-knit jazz community and played a pretty big part in my development of jazz..." ​

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