Julien Bradley-Coombs

Julien Bradley-Combs is a promising Toronto-based guitarist and composer. He has recently completed his Bachelors degree in Music, with Honours, from Humber College where he was the recipient of the Yamaha Music Award and the Musicounts Award 

Julien is a regular performer around Toronto and Southern Ontario, and plays a variety of musical genres. He has performed in several local jazz festivals (Toronto Jazz fest, Niagara Jazz Fest, Kensington Market Jazz Fest, Orangeville Jazz Fest), as well as at Toronto venues such as The Rex Hotel, The Home Smith Bar, The Emmet Ray, 120 Diner, and many others. Julien has performed with many acclaimed musicians, such as Christian McBride and Emilie-Claire Barlow during their residencies at Humber College, Ted Quinlan, Vaughan Meisner and Drew Jurecka.

Julien is currently completing a Masters Degree in Jazz Performance at the University of Toronto, and is a teacher at the Toronto Institute for the Enjoyment of Music.

Julien’s Jazzology Playist

  • “Django” – Joe Pass (1964)
  • “I’m Old Fashioned” – Paul Desmond (1975)
  • “We, You” – Julien Bradley-Coombs (2017)
  • “Sixteen Men of Tain” – Gnarly Geezer (2000)
  • “We, You” – Julien Bradley-Coombs (2017)

Jazzology with Heather Bambrick can be heard Wednesdays at 9 pm.