Ceci Juno is an Ecuadorian singer-songwriter and composer born in 1992. She developed a love for music at a very early age and began her musical education at the age of 5. She has dedicated her life to exploring music in its many forms. Experimenting with different styles ranging from pop and rock to R&B, Ceci Juno has always loved making music for herself and for everyone to relate to.
In 2016, Ceci graduated from the renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she majored in Music Therapy. When she is not writing songs and performing, she works as a neurologic music therapist, using music to help people from all ages recover from neurologic disease.
Throughout her trajectory, Ceci has been a part of many musical projects, always developing new content for a wide audience. These projects include Seven To Five, Buhofónicos, Ceci & Sebastian, and now her own solo career, under which she released her debut EP "Libre | Espacio". Ceci Juno has performed in several venues around Guayaquil, Quito, and Boston and her songs have been featured in many local and international music platforms and social media. In 2017, Ceci had the opportunity to share the stage with the internationally acclaimed Mexican composer Armando Manzanero, who invited her to sing one of his most famous songs, 'No Sé Tú'.
During 2018, Ceci had the opportunity to share the stage with award-winning Latin American artists such as Monsieur Periné, Bomba Estéreo, and multiple Grammy-winning and Oscar-winning Jorge Drexler. She describes these experiences as life-changing and some of the most fulfilling moments in her career.
In April 2019, Ceci released her first album "Fantasmas", comprised of nine tracks that explore the process through which we identify the traumatic or negative experiences that hold us back, only to learn how to let them go and allow ourselves to grow from them. "Fantasmas" is now available on all streaming platforms.