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Junauro Landgrebe




  • B.M., Professional Music, Berklee College of Music

Research Focus

  • Music performance arranging and composition
  • History of popular music.

Junauro Landgrebe – Guitarist/Composer/Arranger earned his B.M. in Professional Music (guitar performance) from Berklee College of Music.  While there he performed with Andre Crouche, Chick Corea, Patti Labelle, Pat Metheny, Antonio Sanchez, and John Scofield.  He studied privately with Charlie Banacos, Bruce Bartlett, Hal Crook, John Damian, and Mick Goodrick.  Mr. Landgrebe was hired by the Northeastern University Music Department (1998) to teach guitar lessons and direct ensembles.  Soon after he was asked to supervise the music lesson and ensemble program, as well as teach courses in music theory and popular music history.

Mr. Landgrebe is a highly sought after professional guitarist who performs regularly throughout the New England region with a number of different groups.  Career highlights include performing at the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl XXXV victory party in New Orleans and touring Europe with The Marsels.  He opened up for Roger Daltry of The Who, Jewel, Darius Rutger in Las Vegas, as well as the Four Tops in Boston.  He is a versatile guitarist and teacher who performs and teaches jazz, funk, rock, blues, folk, country, pop, and classical styles of music.

Courses Taught

  • MUSC1111 – Rock Music
  • MUSI1203 – Music Theory for Music Industry Majors
  • MUSC1912 – Rock Ensemble
  • MUSC1913 – Blues/Rock Ensemble
  • MUSC1919 – Fusion Ensemble
  • MUSC1901/1902 – Music Lessons 1&2