Julia Calvo-Junkin

Julia Calvo-Junkin

Julia is a recent graduate of the Frost School of Music, where she majored in Musicianship, Artistry Development and Entrepreneurship (performance and music business) and minored in Creative American Music (singer-songwriting), with piano as a principal instrument. For the past four years, Julia has taught students ranging from three years old to retired adults, as part of various studios in Miami and Los Angeles. In 2019, Julia was the 16th annual winner of BMI Foundation’s Peermusic Latin Scholarship Award, for her song “Mi Amor.” Later that year, her song “Lilac Lullabies” won Best Song category in the September 2019 Florence Film Awards, for the short film ‘The Lighthouse.’ Julia is a Costa Rican-American bilingual, and she is excited to be a part of the Hollywood Vocal Studios Conservatory.

SESSIONS TAUGHT: PIANO

HVS Conservatory is committed to helping tomorrow’s vocal stars get a head-start in an industry that is still—despite the accessibility of today’s social media landscape—very much a business of “who you know.” The staff at HVSC have spent their careers in the recording and performance industries, and want to share not only their technical knowledge with HVSC students, but also their impressive networks. The HVSC student will have unparalleled access to today’s top working talent.