A native of Santiago, Chile, Juan Covarrubias began playing piano at age three. After studying privately, he attended the Conservatorio de la Univerdidad Católica in Santiago as a young child. This is also when he started playing in local rock and blues bands and developed a unique playing style. He relocated in 2000 to Boston, MA to attend Berklee College of Music. There he achieved a dual major of Jazz Composition and Music Production and Engineering. Graduating in
2003, he then moved with a classmate to San Juan, Puerto Rico and started Caribe Sol Studios. There he was able to perform with such artists as Vivanativa and Vico C, produce and compose for Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderon, Julio Voltio and many other Latin pop, rock and reggaeton artists. Juan also composed music for HBO INDEPENDENT FILMS and HOWLING ENTERTAINMENT.
After five productive years in Puerto Rico, Juan decided to relocate to Los Angeles, CA to continue and expand his career. He has recently composed with and produced along with Dave Resnik the SONY/BMG act Los Convertibles. Juan continues to compose and produce music for various film and TV projects.