Prof. García Mariano

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Mariano García is currently a highly demanded saxophone teacher who stands out for his passion and commitment in all the projects in which he participates.
Selmer Paris artist and teacher at the Higher Conservatory of Music of Aragón (Csma) in Zaragoza (Spain) since 2009.
Teacher at the European University of Saxophone in Gap (France) invited by Claude Delangle, and regularly invited by various US universities, such as the University of South Carolina at Columbia, North Carolina at Greensboro or Shenandoah at Winchester to give advanced training courses and recitals.
He participates in various international festivals as teacher and performer, particularly in Vienna Sax Fest (Austria), Panticosa (Spain), Andorra Sax Fest, Aveiro y Guimaraes (Portugal), Perugia (Italy) and Yantai (China).
Guest teacher at prestigious centers as the Royal Conservatoire de Bruselas (Belgium), Birmingham City University (United Kingdom), Poitiers Conservatoire Superieur (France), Esmuc in Barcelona (Spain).
Requested as a panel member in International Competitions.
He forms part of the chamber music duo AniMa DUO together with the excellent pianist Aniana Jaime, with whom he has recently recorded two CDs praised by critics and the public. In the first of these, titled Sculptures, they recorded transcriptions of great chamber music, discovering a new vision of this beautiful instrument.
The second recording, titled Ritmo en el Espacio [Rhythm in Space], consists of the first recordings in the world of prestigious Spanish contemporary composers, such as José María Sanchez-Verdú, Benet Casablancas and Jesús Rueda, among others.
“I have great admiration for Mariano García who, year after year, forges a path of excellence both when teaching in Zaragoza and in his artistic production”. Claude Delangle.
“ I am very happy to hear this duo with Mariano García and Aniana Jaime, which is so symbiotic in its way of playing. Both musicians find in this beautiful repertoire a remarkable clarity and pureness in their playing and last but not least: energy and passion. Congratulations!. Arno Bornkamp.
“Mariano is in love with detail. It is his passion for small things that gives his playing all of its grandeur”. Jean-Denis Michat.



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