Born in Santurce, Puerto Rico, Juan is the son of Roberto Anglero, one of the most important composers in Puerto Rico and Latin America. At the age of 12, Juan studied at Escuela Libre de Music in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico where he took piano lessons with Professor Carmen Segarra Lamberty. At age 16, he joined the Roberto Anglero Orchestra and his Tierra Negra. In 1986 he studied at Berklee College of Music of Boston, where he took piano lessons with Jeff Covell, Donald Brown and Michael Marra. He also received a lot of help from pianist Danilo Perez. He returned to Puerto Rico in 1990. As accompanist of Juan Manuel Lebrón, he represented Puerto Rico in the Pavilion, in Seville 92. He also accompanied the Orquesta La Luz from Japan; the Bobby Valentín and Lalo Rodríguez orchestra, which he later accompanied in Spain; and appeared with artists such as Andy Montanéz, Eddie Santiago, Ismael Miranda, Tony Vega, and Cheo Feliciano. He also taught piano at the School of Fine Arts of Carolina as well as the School of Fine Arts of San Juan; the School of Fine Arts of Guaynabo; and the Interamerican University Metropolitan Campus. Now Juan is proud to be part of Hunterdon Academy of Arts as a Piano Instructor.