Javier Uribe teaches saxophone in the San Fernando Valley. He’s been playing saxophone since I was a teen. Initially, he focused in jazz sax but in college, he studied classical. It’s rare to hear someone say they know how to play sax in both styles. Being adept at both styles allows him to teach student in a specific way that will improve their playing, based on their unique goals. Javier is an undergraduate student of California State University, Northridge completing his Bachelor’s degree for Music Education. Javier has played with various ensembles at CSUN and has been hired by other colleges to play in their bands and orchestras. He frequently is on call to sub for other musicians in rehearsals and concerts at the last minute. In High School, he performed in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade for 3 years in row as a trombone player.