Javier Rodríguez is a music composer and pianist with two Bachelor’s degrees in music and extensive experience in piano performance, participating in a wide range of events throughout his career both as a professor and as a musician at large.
In 2010 he graduated from the National School of Music (ENA) with a Bachelor of Arts in theoretical music, where after he proceeded to get his second Bachelor’s in Music Composition receiving a Gold Title from the University of the Arts (ISA) in the year 2016.
He later furthered his studies in Music and acquired a Master in Historical-Documentary Heritage Management of Music in the year 2019. Apart from his studies in the University, he was able to participate in different trainings such as Music Therapy in Japan. During his extensive study period, he was able to
build a solid career from 2010-2011 where he trained in the Carlos Fariñas Studio of Electroacoustic Musical Art (ECFAEM) of the University of the Arts (ISA). He then became a professor of Contemporary and Popular Harmony at the National School of Arts; Harmony Chair in 2012 through to 2017. During this process he also began his career as Orchestration Professor at the University of the Arts (ISA); in the Dept. of Composition from 2016 to 2017.
He has gathered a lot of experience teaching and training students all throughout his career. He achieved “The best graduate in teaching practice” of the 2015-2016 course of the University of the Arts (ISA), and The Best Graduate in Academic Index of the 2015-2016 course of the University of Arts (ISA) among many others. In all this he has gathered extensive experience in teaching.
He has been teaching piano and music theory in Oman since 2021 following the Trinity College London, London College of Music and ABRSM exam boards with very successful results from his students.