Justin Gonzalez, tenor

2018 Winner of the PHL LIVE Center Stage Classical Music Showcase


PHL LIVE Center Stage is a music initiative highlighting Philly's top musical talent across multiple genres. It’s structured across 10 different genre categories, bringing diverse musicians together.

PHL LIVE Center Stage will provide emerging artists an opportunity to perform at popular local venues and win cash prizes, studio time and more! This initiative stems from Councilman At-Large David Oh, the Chairman of City Council’s Committee on Global Opportunities and Creative/Innovative Economy. The Committee is interested in providing artists in Philadelphia an opportunity to grow and gain exposure.

Justin received the winning prize for the Classical Division at the PHL LIVE Center Stage Awards Show, held at the Trocadero Theatre on December 13, 2018!



Justin Gonzalez is an independent musician based in Philadelphia who travels throughout the tri-state area and beyond. Justin performs a mix of classical, big band, Broadway, and operatic repertoire. He has been compared to incredible artists such as Luciano Pavarotti and Plácido Domingo. Jerry Blavat (Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Broadcasting Pioneer) has affectionately called him “the son of Mario Lanza.”

In concert, Justin has excited audiences with his renditions of opera arias, musical theater standards and interpretations of the American songbook. He has also performed as a soloist in numerous oratorios and cantatas across the region.

Noted for his “expressive mastery” by B Sharp Productions, Justin is a sought after artist on the East Coast, having most recently expanded his vocal abilities as lead vocalist for 33 1/3 LIVE’s Killer Queen Experience. Click the link below for more info about this project.

33 1/3 LIVE’s Killer Queen Experience

Music Lessons with Justin

Justin Gonzalez offers a variety of services including beginner trumpet and trombone, voice lessons and coachings, music theory tutoring, and songwriting sessions. All sessions run one clinical hour (50 minutes in length).

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Upcoming Performances


Philadelphia Chrous: Spring Concert

4 pm

Philadelphia Episcopal Church: 23 S 38th St (Philadelphia, PA)

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Philadelphia Chrous: Spring Concert

The Philadelphia Chorus was founded in 1951. For more than 65 years it has presented sacred and secular music from all periods in history. Its activities encourage, foster, and promote a wider and deeper appreciation of music with particular emphasis on the outstanding choral literature of the past and present.

Raquel Garcia and The Philadelphia Chorus invite you to an exciting concert on Sunday, April 7, 2019, featuring Johannes Brahms' "German Requiem,” Mack Wilberg's "Laudate Dominum” and other selections.

Purchase tickets below:


4 pm

Philadelphia Episcopal Church: 23 S 38th St (Philadelphia, PA)

Booking Inquiries

Thank you for your interest in hiring Justin for your venue/facility/special event. Please direct all inquiries to: 

Jimmy Edwards