Jordi Albert es doctor en música por la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Se ha destacado como investigador en el ámbito de las dificultades de aprendizaje y, específicamente, en la atención de las mismas a través de estrategias educativas.
He worked as a curriculum designer in different international projects, among them his work as director of the national curriculum design process in Guatemala and Mexico City. Currently, Jordi Albert directs a private centre with more than 100 students who experience learning difficulties and develops high-performance projects for musicians, the International Centre for Research in Music Learning (CIIAM).
He has an extensive career as a trumpet player on international tours in Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, Honduras, the United States, Canada, Russia, Romania, Ghana, Moldova, Angola and Spain, among others. He founded different artistic projects such as the Young Dixieland Band, Duende y Aire or the Big Band of the Jaume I University.
In his other facet as director of artistic and educational projects, he has worked as coordinator of the Aula de Música del Servicio Actividades Socioculturales of the Jaume I University, as pedagogical advisor of the Centro de las Artes in San Luis Potosí (Mexico), as director of the Centro de Estudios de Jazz, of the Veracruzana University (Mexico) and as director of the Centro Internacional de Investigación en el Aprendizaje de la Música.
In addition to his work as a professor in different higher education centres, the Escuela Superior de Música, the Conservatorio de la Ciudad de México and the Universidad Veracruzana, he has given more than 200 courses and conferences in different parts of the world, among which the following stand out: the ITG (International Trumpet Guild), the University of Florida, the University of Central Florida, Lynn University, the University of Wisconsin in the United States, the University of Vancouver in Canada, as well as in different congresses of educational research in Spain and Latin America.
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