Carlos Savall Guardiola finishedhis Superior Studies in 2015 at the ConservatorioSuperior de Música “Oscar Esplá” de Alicante, Spain, obtaining the maximumqualifications on his Final Project, guided by his former professor Jose FranchBallester.
As teacher, he has been a memberofthefaculty at theSchoolof Music “José Seguí”de Callosa d’en Sarrià, the School of Music of Polop and the Sociedad Musicall’Harmonia de Alicante (Spain). He is a member of the faculty at Mozart School ofMusic in Vancouver, and he is a requested private teacher in the Vancouver area. Histeaching is based on musicality, always supported by a good technique of air control,which, in his view, is the most important aspect of any wind instrument.
He has received Master Classeswith Andreas Sunden, Corrado Giuffredi, EnriquePérez, Josep Fuster, Eduardo Raimundo, Miguel Espejo, Joan Enric Lluna, VenancioRius, Eddy Vanoosthuyse, Miguel Civera, Luis Miguel Méndez and Rafael Albert. Carlos started his musical studies at the age of 9 at the School of Music “José Seguí”de Callosa d’en Sarrià. At the age of 13 he moved into Conservatory Professional ofBenidorm, with máximum qualifications in his auditions, with profesor Raul Mahiques.In 2011 he finished his Intermediate Degree studies at the Conservatory Professionalof Valencia, with Roberto Pérez, entering the Conservatorio Superior de Música OscarEsplá of Alicante, starting with Gonzalo Berná Pic, and graduating in year 2015 withJose Franch-Ballester. After this, he moved to University of British Columbia to pursue his Master Degree.
He ismemberoftheNationalYouthOrchestraofCanada, YouthOrchestraof Valenciaand Philarmonic Orchestra of Alicante University.
At hisyoungage, Carlos hadplayed and collaboratedwith a largelistoforchestras andensembles like Symhonic Wind Band of Valencia, Orchestra of the ConservatorioSuperior de Musica Oscar Esplá of Alicante, Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of Alicante, Symphonic Orchestra of Elche, Symphonic WindBand of Alicante, UBC Symphony Orchestra and UBC Symphonic Wind Ensemble.
Currently, he is doing a Doctorate degree in Music Arts (DMA) in Clarinet Performance at University of British Columbia with professor Jose Franch-Ballester while he continues teaching clarinet in Vancouver.