Diego Sanz

Born in Murcia (Spain), he studied at the Superior Conservatories of Murcia and Alicante, where he obtained the Superior Title of Violin and Special Prize of Graduation, working with M.Marseglia. He also obtained the Superior Title of Chamber Music.

He has attended lessons and master classes in Spain, France and Austria with artists such as Kikuei Ikeda (Tokyo String Quartet), Clive Greensmith (Tokyo String Quartet), Mikhail Kopelman (Borodin String Quartet, Tokyo String Quartet, Kopelman Quartet), Ruben Aharonian (Borodin String Quartet), Liviu Stanese (Enesco String Quartet, Vía Nova Quartet of Paris), John Harding (Orlando Quartet), Jaap Schröder (Smithson Quartet), Igor Sulyga (Moscow Quartet, Kopelman Quartet), Alan Kovacs (La Plata University String Quartet), Judith Kiss Domonkos (Budapest Trio), Brno String Quartet, Dolezal String Quartet, Víctor Martín, Pedro León, Christos Polyzoides, or Demetrius Polyzoides, among others.

He was a member of the Murcia Youth Orchestra for nine years, the last three of which he became concertmaster, besides performing as soloist, touring Spain, Germany, Holland and Italy. He later became violin professor of the preparatory division of such orchestra.

He has been a member of the Murcia Region Orchestra, the Murcia Chamber Orchestra and the Murcia Symphony Orchestra.

In 2000, he was the only candidate selected in the official examinations of the Xunta of Galicia (Spain), obtaining a Professorship of Violin in the Vigo Superior Conservatory.

In 2008 he teached master-classes of Chamber Music at the “Joseph Haydn” Superior Conservatory of Eisenstadt (Austria) by the Erasmus program.

Master of Music Research by the Murcia University.

At present, he is Professor of Chamber Music at the Murcia Superior Conservatory, besides founder violinist of Saravasti String Quartet since 1996.