As a pedagogue, from 1998, and following the philosophy of the National System of Orchestras regarding the formation of new talents, he gets started in the teaching field after being given the chance to take over the development of the horn lecture of the Youth Orchestra of Tachira Foundation in its San Cristobal and San Juan de Colon premises. From this work emerges a generation of horn players out of which the majority is currently incorporated to the main orchestras of the Venezuelan system.
As for French horn education, his methodology is focused on the development of the ability of the technical mastery of the instrument, usually creating new study materials suited to the reality of each group or student he has had the chance to train. He always highlights the importance of the study of the methods great teachers have designed through history, but also seeks to innovate and update the learning process by adapting himself to the current situation of the students, thus facilitating the understanding of how to play the instrument at the moment of practice.
With over 15 years of experience, he has had the opportunity to teach children and young people almost everywhere in Venezuela, including students from the Amazonas, Anzoategui, Apure, Barinas, Bolivar, Carabobo, Cojedes, Capital District, Falcon, Guarico, Lara, Merida, Miranda, Portuguesa, Sucre, Tachira, Trujillo, Yaracuy and Zulia States.
In 2009, he participated as international guest teacher in the II International Horn Festival and Competition held in Manizales – Colombia. In this occasion, he offered master classes along with distinguished educators from various countries to over 60 horn players of all ages who were present, all of them from various regions of the Colombian geography. Also, he directed the ensembles formed for the closing concert of the Festival.
During the years 2009 to 2012, he was a part of the team of musical trainers of the “Teresa Carreño” Symphony Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, more particularly, of the horns and brass section, joining them as a teacher in his first successful international concert tour, performing in renowned European stages, such as the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Konzerthaus of Wien, or the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, Netherlands. In this period, he was also entrusted the creation of the “Teresa Carreño” Brass Ensemble, a group which debuted in March 2009, under his direction.
In the first months of the year 2010, he was a part of the teaching staff in charge of training the members of the horns and wind section of the National Symphony Children’s Orchestras of Venezuela and of arranging the Symphony No. 1 by Gustav Mahler, directed by Master Sir Simon Rattle in the city of Caracas. Later, in July of the same year, he directed the debut of the Brass Ensemble of the Regional Symphony Youth Orchestra of the Guarico State.
In January 2011, and within the framework of the tour throughout the United Kingdom of the Brass Ensemble of Venezuela, he taught lessons to the children of the Orchestra System of Scotland.
It should be noted his role as a trainer of the brass section of the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela between 2012 to 2014, a time in which he conducted row and sectional workshops for the preparation of the symphonic repertoire performed in international tours and recordings by this prestigious group.
During the performances by the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra in the city of Los Angeles within the framework of the projects “Mahler & Tchaikovsky” in 2012 and 2014, he was a part of the teaching staff of the “workshops” arranged by the YOLA (Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles), carrying out workshops for brass instrumentalists and musical trainers of this program. While continuing his training work during the years 2013 to 2014, he collaborates together with various colleagues members of the OSSBV in different training sessions for the members of the horns section of the National Symphony Children’s Orchestras of Venezuela (2013 and 2014 generation) in their training for the concerts offered during the Salzburg Festival in 2013, and in the Teatro Alla Scala of Milan in 2015.
In 2014, upon being appointed associate director of the Symphony Orchestra of the Guarico State, he carries out an extensive work of academic support at a training level performing technical sessions for brass instrumentalists, as well as to the professors.
In 2015, during his stay as associate director of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ecuador (OSNE), he had the opportunity to participate in training sessions for the young members of the Symphony Youth Orchestra of the National Conservatory of Music of Ecuador. In the same way, he contributed on three occasions to the "SINFIN" Project belonging to the "Universidad Tecnica Particular de Loja", directing the Initiation and Infant-Juvenile Orchestra and teaching children of the brass lectures. Also, he carried out work sessions together with children and young members of the Youth Orchestra of the Ecuador Foundation in the city of Quito, and the Youth Formation Project of the Symphony Orchestra of Guayaquil. With the OSNE, he was a part of the “2015 The Symphony to the Classrooms” program, addressed to more than 70 thousand children and young people from different educational institutions of the Ecuadorian capital, ending conducting a concert for over a thousand students of the Shakespeare College.