About Me

Alex Fraile is a professional  saxophone player and educator from Spain. He currently resides in Denton, TX, and actively teaches and performs in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area.

My group is available for jazz and latin jazz performances that are customizable for a wide variety of occasions. If you are interested in booking a performance contact me for more information through the contact form. 

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Some of my students have said...

Jonathan Mones

Professional Saxophone Player (Ghost Note)

Lessons with Alex gave me the foundation I needed to be able to truly improvise freely; he taught me very digestible concepts in melody, harmony, rhythm, and technique. He also showed me how to create my own exercises so that I could continue to teach myself outside of his lessons. As a teacher, Alex was invaluable to my development as a musician and an individual. As a musician, he inspired me daily with his unique style and approach to the saxophone, combined with a flawless execution of ideas and a clearly distinct sound that showed his prowess and mastery, as well as a passion for music. I would (and have) recommend anyone who is serious about studying music to look him up."

Austin Zhang

Professional Saxophone Player

Alex is one of the most authentically passionate educators out there; he truly cares about both the music and the student’s progress. All this, in addition to being a well-studied and tremendous player himself.”

Brendon Wilkins

Professional Saxophone Player

Alex is a consummate musician. He’ s a unique player with his own musical voice. He’s well versed in a variety musical styles and is a brilliant teacher. Alex’s process for teaching jazz improvisation is refined and effective. His method builds a solid foundation and equips students with a comprehensive skill set that will allow them to play in a variety of jazz styles. Alex’s musicianship has always been an inspiration. He possesses the kind of musical spark in his playing that motivates his students to keep striving for the highest level of performance."