Héctor Canós

A Valencian musician from Vall d’Uixó (Castellón). He began his musical studies at the age of seven at the CIAC, Centro Instructivo de Arte y Cultura, a band and music school in the same town. At the age of nine he began his studies at the Professional Conservatory of Music Francesc Peñarroja in Vall d’Uixó. In 2007, he finished his Professional Degree at the Professional Conservatory Mestre Tàrrega in Castellón with a Professor Jesús Orón García. In the same year he was admitted to the Higher School of Music of Catalonia (ESMuC) where he got a degree in Musical Pedagogy with the specialty of Saxophone in 2012, receiving classes from Nacho Gascón.

He has attended different courses and Master-classes with David Alonso, Manuel Miján, Mariano García, Rodrigo Vila, Sixto Manuel Herrero Rodes, David Ruiz, Guillermo Lacámara, Ricardo Capellino, Marie Bernardette Charrier, Phillipe Bracquart, Clifford Leaman or Eddy Lopez and Cristophe Grèzes among others.

In 2005 he was awarded the second prize in the II Young Soloists Contest of the Professional Conservatory Mestre Tàrrega in Castellón and in 2007 the first prize in the II Chamber Music Contest of Professional Conservatory of Music of Teruel.

Within his artistic activity it is worth highlighting his participation in the UJI Big Band (Jaume I Universty of Castellón) under the direction of Ramón Cardo, the Band of the Federation of Musical Societies of the Valencian Community (BFSMCV), the Symphony Band of the Aragonese Institute of Youth (BASIAJ), the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra and the National Orchestra of Catalonia (OBC) and the Gran Teatre del Liceu Orchestra of Barcelona. On the other hand, in 2012, he premiered the play The Third Guest as a musician and composer within the El Balcón de la Espera theater company and in 2013 The Paper Flower in the Sala Beckett of Barcelona. In 2018 he participated in the recording of Moments of the Past, the singer-songwriter JJ Dominguez’s first album.

In the field of pedagogy he has attended different courses and conferences of different lecturers, such as Polo Vallejo, Josep Lluís Zaragozá, Boris Mir, Anahit Simonian, Keith Terry, Dina Alexander, Doug Goodkin, Arlette Bigett, Jordi Soler or Oriol Ferré.

Currently he is a saxophone professor at the Municipal School of Music of Viladecavalls (Barcelona), a music professor at Virgen del Carmen School of Santa Coloma de Gramanet (Barcelona) and a musician of the theater company Viu el Teatre of Barcelona, touring nationally and internationally.

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