I teach Saxophone since scholar year 1992-93. Since then, I worked in different music schools in Catalunya (La Ràpita, Amposta, Tarragona, Premià de Mar and Barcelona) and France (Meung sur-Loire, La Chaussée-Saint-Victor and La Chapelle Saint-Ursin).

Since June 2003, I am a titular teacher at the Escola i Conservatori de Música de la Diputació a Reus (Tarragona). I like to teach Saxophone and Chamber Music in all styles of music (particularly, contemporary music) and specially train my students as open-minded people and musicians.


Although my career as a performer, I like to spread different aspects of baritone practice as its repertoire and some techniques, as you can see on this BLOG.

The great job that Eric Devallon (rip) and Damien Royannais did at the Rencontres Internationales autour du Saxophone Baryton held in Ambazac (France) between 2008 and 2011, encouraged me to collaborate with them as a member of the Association Bar&Co and to continue their legacy.

Last years, I am taking an intense activity spreading the baritone saxophone on the blog from his website. I try to encourage its practice among young saxophonists and to motivate the production of new repertoire among composers. I have given all types of lessons (courses, workshops, masterclasses and talks) for baritone saxophone players and composers in Barcelona, Zaragoza, Andorra la Vella (Andorra), Wintzenheim (Francia), Porto (Portugal), Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Bertrange (Luxembourg), Sofia (Bulgaria), Sydney (Australia) and Taranaki (New Zealand), collaborating twice with my Dutch colleagues from the Baritone Institute.

If you want to contact me for any pedagogic question around the baritone saxophone, don’t hesitate to write me:

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