JAVIER LINARES LEYVA The saxophonist Javier Linares combines tradition and avant-garde, obtaining as a result an interpreter capable of transmitting the broad sense of the music. He begins his musical studies at the hand of his father, studying later at the music conservatories of Cadiz and Seville, being given the “Honors” by unanimous decision at the end of the same. Anxious to expand his training, he studied with Claude Delangle, Vincent David, Arno Bornkamp, Johan van der Linden, getting later titles of Expert University and a Master's degree in Music performance by the UNIA, ending the same with the qualification of “Cum Laude”. In the same way, has a Master's degree in Musical Research undertaken at the International University of La Rioja. After receiving scholarships from Yamaha and Henri Selmer Paris, he began his musical journey in the hand of the interviewed nobuya Sugawa and Claude Delangle, working in different masterclass public. As a soloist, he has premiered numerous works, and has worked with the bands of musical highlights of the country (Madrid Symphony Orchestra, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, OSCYL and ORCAM), performing at numerous festivals and in the best clubs of the Spanish territory (National concert hall, Palau de la Música Catalana, Teatro de La Maestranza), as well as in Europe (Genoa, Rome, Ljubljana). Similarly, he has recorded for RADIO, Radio Classic, RTVCM and RTVE. Combining your artistic side and the development of the saxophone, is a member of chamber groups, a Duo Ilíberis and Farben Duo and, since 2018, is an artist of the prestigious Henri Selmer Paris and Vandoren. In the professional field, has been a saxophone soloist for more than a decade in the entertainment Unit of the Air Command General (Getafe, Madrid), and the Unity of Music of the Infantry Regiment “King's own Immemorial no. 1” from the Headquarters of the Army, both belonging to the Ministry of Defense of the Spanish state. He is currently a Professor and competition in the specialty of Saxophone at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música “Victoria Eugenia” de Granada. 

DANIEL BARBOSA BUSTOS Natural Cadiz, enter in 2021 in the Body of Professors of Music and Performing Arts of Andalusia, the specialty of Repertoire with a piano instruments. During her academic training, you receive piano lessons from the teachers Rocío Román and Caesar Marimón, earning the Title Top of the Piano in the CSM Manuel Castillo in Seville. Performed in parallel, several training courses in interpretation with pianists and pedagogues of the national and international panorama. Since then it has deepened the understanding of music from a variety of perspectives, earning the titles of Master's degree in Music performance (UNIA), Master of teaching, Secondary Education (UNITE) and a Master in Musical Research (UGR). Develops a large part of his professional activity as a pianist, collaborator of various vocal ensembles and instrumental, between them, the chamber music group Farben Duo. In this field, he has participated in festivals and concerts in Spain, as well as in the cities of Lyon (France), Florence (Italy) or Sendai (Japan), highlighting its performance with different musical formations in rooms such as the Wiener Konzerhaus (Austria), the Reales Alcázares of Seville and the Kaufman Music Center and Carnegie Hall in New York city (united States). Currently, he combines his teaching at the Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel Castillo in Seville with various musical projects.




SPANISH COFFEE........................GRAHAM LYNCH

FLAMAK....................................ADOLFO DELGADO (Premiere performance)

3 CULTURES......................ADOLFO DELGADO


The Duo Farben, formed by Javier Linares and Daniel Barbosa, presents a program of original music for saxophone and piano with a strong inspiration in the music of Spanish popular. On the one hand, the work entitled Spanish Coffee (2004), british composer Graham Lynch, evokes the atmosphere of an old round through his insinuating melody and their electrical rhythms. On the other hand, the works of the Spanish composer Adolfo Delgado "Ade", Flamak and 3 Culturescollect the items purest flamenco to offer a music full of character, through the reprocessing of ideas and by an exquisite linguistic adaptation.





Paraninfo of the University of Las Palmas de G. C

C. Juan de Quesada, n. 30, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Día: Viernes, 8 de diciembre

Hora: 12.30h – 12:50h