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Iñaki Sandoval is one of the top Spanish pianists and composers. Born in Pamplona, Spain, he is a graduate of the Liceu Conservatory in Barcelona, Berklee College of Music in Boston, and University of Nevada in Las Vegas. Iñaki is an accomplished artist – trained in both classical and jazz music. Currently Iñaki resides in Barcelona, where he combines his artistic activity with pedagogy. Since 2003 he has served as Director of the Jazz Department at Liceu Conservatory where he teaches piano and improvisation. Iñaki has been recognized with many awards for his records and his brilliant career as a pianist in solo performances or with his trio. He impressive work includes concerts and master classes offered all over the world. Iñaki Sandoval is a Steinway Artist and Roland Electronic Instruments Artist.

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Steinway Artist Roland Electronic Instruments Artist


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Primary Instrument

Piano

Location

Barcelona

Willing to teach

Advanced only

Credentials/Background

Head of the Jazz Department at the Liceu Conservatory in Barcelona, Spain, since 2003, where he teaches piano and improvisation.

Clinic/Workshop Information

Topics include sessions for all kind of levels of jazz piano students, and other instruments, covering improvisation, language, group performance, etc. Jazz piano techniques. Jazz and improvisation for Classical trained musicians, pianists and all instruments. Practice techniques, develop a personal practice routine. Performance Ear Training

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Albums

Album Estonian Suite: Live In Tallinn by Iñaki Sandoval

Estonian Suite: Live...

Bebyne Records
2017

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Album Electric Trio Live by Iñaki Sandoval

Electric Trio Live

Bebyne Records
2015

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Album Miracielos by Iñaki Sandoval

Miracielos

Bebyne Records
2012

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