His teaching is very extensive, imparting the teachings of Theory of Music and Music Theory, Piano, Harmony, Musical Forms, Counterpoint and Fugue and Composition.
His first teaching experiences were as music teacher in different primary and secondary schools in Valencia Province, such as Santa Barbara School in Rocafort and Salesian School "San Antonio Abad" in Valencia.
He was a professor of Theory of Music and Piano in the Choir of Our Lady of the Forsaken of Valencia and Professor of Music Theory at the "Musical Institute Giner", playing in turn the position of Head of Studies.
From 1968 to 1969, he was appointed music professor of the Hon. City Council of Valencia, a position he happens to occupy in property in 1978, teaching Theory of Music, Music Theory and Piano, and since 1992-93 the subject of Musical Forms at the School of Music "José Iturbi".
Moreover, from 1972-73 he also initiates his stage, covering twelve years, as a professor of music theory and theory of music at the School of Music of Valencia. From 1980 to 1981, he was appointed professor of this same subject, which will combine with the teaching of counterpoint and fugue and composition as assistant of Professor D. Amando Blanquer.
During 1993-1994, while continuing with his teaching, he was appointed Head of Studies at the School of Music "José Iturbi" in Valencia, a position he will hold until April 2011 which is when his career ended on his retirement.
Also, in 2011, to mark the end of his time as a teacher, three-Tribute Concerts were held at the School of Music "José Iturbi" on the occasion of his forty-two years of teaching in this school. One, organized by the Woodwind Department; another, by the Department of Piano and Chamber Music, and another by the School Children's Choir “Juan Bautista Comes” conducted by Cristina Contreras. Also in this event, his CD was presented, “Tribute to Valencia”, where the pianist Fernando Tortajada performed several pieces of the CD.