Teo Aparicio-Barberán

Teodoro Aparicio-Barberán

was born in Enguera (Valencia) beginning his studies in the band of his town at the hands of M.Vidal, choosing the saxophone as his instrument. He studies at the conservatories of Xátiva, Carcaixent, and Superior of Valencia, obtaining two Honorable Mentions in the middle and upper grade in the Contest for extraordinary prize. His saxophone teachers have been Francisco Moral, Miguel Llopis and Gregorio Castellano, later expanding his studies with Antonio Daniel, Manuel Miján, Pedro Iturralde and Jean Marie Londeix. Parallel to his studies of saxophone, he studied double bass, piano, harmony, counterpoint, fugue, composition and conducting. He has also made forays into the field of modern music being, for years, a component and arranger of one of the dean orchestras of the Valencian community: Zíngaros. For three years he attended courses in conducting orchestra with Bruno Membrey and in composition and orchestration with Carl Schahter. The composer and director Bernardo Adam Ferrero contributes to his training as well as the composer from Alcoy Luis Blanes, a true mentor in his musical career. In 2016 he acquired the status of Doctor of Humanities from the Cardenal Herrera CEU University for his thesis "Reference points in the work of the composer Luis Blanes: Tradition and modernity".

The most famous compositions:

Name:

El Amuleto Mágico

Level of difficulty:

4+

Lenght:

15:30

Score:


The Rise of the Phoenix

5+

16:40


       Asgard

5

21:00


States of Mind

5+

28:40


Portraits of Spain

3

9:40