BIO

CYRON JED BEJASA is a California Bay Area based musician with a versatile career as a freelance flutist and repair technician. As an orchestral musician, he has performed as principal flute with Burbank Philharmonic, Orchestra Santa Monica, Merced Symphony, Video Games Live Orchestra, UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, UC Berkeley Philharmonia Orchestra, UC Berkeley Baroque Ensemble, Los Angeles Youth Orchestra and the Ojai Pops Orchestra. Cyron has appeared as a concerto soloist with the Pasadena City College Orchestra in 2017 and has performed in masterclasses with distinguished flutists such as Amy Porter, Jim Walker, Mark Sparks, Sergio Pallotelli, and Anne Diener Zentner. Cyron’s orchestral career has led him to perform in New York’s Carnegie Hall and several of Europe’s most prestigious concert halls including Vigadó Hall in Budapest, Slovak Radio Hall in Bratislava, Smetana Hall in Prague and Vienna’s Musikverein. He is an active collaborator within California’s contemporary music scene having performed numerous world premiers including Arin Shahjahanian’s Sonata for Flute and Piano which was showcased at the Colburn School in 2018. He has presented and premiered works by Brazilian artist Alessandro Penezzi at the National Flute Association Convention and has also collaborated with American rapper, Kendrick Lamar on new music soon to be released. In 2023, Cyron joined the Berkeley New Music Ensemble as their resident flutist.

In addition to performing, Cyron is passionate about teaching and is an advocate for making music education more accessible. He is the program coordinator and a founding member of Burbank Young Musicians, an organization that aims to provide music education to underserved communities through outreach programs, in-class tutoring, and performing ensembles. He is also an instructor for The Music Connection (TMC) which serves the Berkeley & Oakland Unified School Districts by providing free, supplemental music tutoring, and private lessons to students with financial hardships. Cyron has been recognized by the Music Teachers Association of California on numerous occasions for his engagements within his local musical communities.

His pronouns are he/him/his.


Pasadena City College
Associate in Arts, Music
Associate in Arts, Humanities
Associate in Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Associates in Arts, Gender, Ethnicity, and Multicultural Studies
Occupational Skills Certificate in Spanish Speaking

University of California, Berkeley
Bachelor of Arts, Music


contact:
(818) 220-7021
cyron @ berkeley.edu