Diago José-Modesto is a member of research group of Historia Actual of the Universidad de Cádiz. He graduated on Advanced Studies in the Program of Geography and History of the same University, Professor of Saxophone by the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid and teacher of English as Foreign Language by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He has performed as soloist and he has made lectures about the history of music and organology in several European countries and the USA. He has published several researching articles. Nowadays he is teacher of saxophone in the Conservatorio Profesional de Música "Manuel de Falla" de Cádiz (Spain) and he is carrying out doctoral studies related to the historical survival of the saxophone. He also is the director and producer of the acclaimed audiovisual documentary SaxRevolutions: Adolphe Sax’s life and founder of SaxResurrection, a publishing firm to bring to light the forgotten repertory of the nineteenth-century saxophone.
Jul 11 201812:00
The most relevant saxophonists of the nineteenth century (Soualle, Wuille, Lefebre and Mayeur): the comparison of their careers.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC Room 339 Trg Republike Hrvatske 12