Piano
Ages 4.5 and up, all levels

Licenciatura en Música Pianista, Conservatorio del Estado de Puebla, Mexico

Teaching philosophy

To help, to the best of my abilities, each one of my students unlock their musical potential. To nurture in them a love for art and music

Biography

Mr. Granados is certified by MTNA (Music Teachers National Association), served as President of SAMTA (San Antonio Music Teachers Association) from 2010 to 2014, a founding member of Alliance Music Teachers Association, and has also served as Chair for the 11-12 Piano Solo Performance Contest for TMTA (Texas Music Teachers Association).

Mr. Granados graduated from the Conservatory of Music of Puebla, Mexico, with a degree in Piano Performance. He was a member of the faculty of the Conservatory for 6 years, as Piano Instructor, Solfege Instructor, Accompanist for the Choir and French Instructor. During that time, he performed very often in solo recitals, chamber music recitals and as soloist for the Orchestra of the Conservatory. He was also awarded a grant by FONCA (a department of the Secretary of Culture in Mexico) to perform lecture recitals that focus on piano music written by Mexican composers.

He has taken additional private lessons with Mr. Vladimir Odinokig and Mr. Oscar Tarragó in México and has attended masterclasses with Dr. Timothy Woolsey and Dr. William Westney.

Mr. Granados is fluent in Spanish, French, and English.