A native of Lakeland, Florida, Isaac Sanabria is a teacher and performer based in Austin, Texas. An avid performer, he has been selected to tour with international performing groups and festivals to China, Switzerland, France, Italy, and Scotland, and has been a participant of the PRISMA, FOOSA and Master Players Festivals. He was selected as the first prize winner of the 2019 MPF Woodwind Concerto Competition, the 2021 National Carolyn Nelson Double Reed Competition, the 2021 Utah Music Teachers Association Concerto Competition, as well as the 2020 and 2021 annual BYU Philharmonic Concerto Competitions, and was the first bassoonist to win two years consecutively, performing Andante and Hungarian Rondo by C.M.V Weber and the Mozart bassoon concerto. During his time at BYU, he served as principal bassoonist of the BYU Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestras, Wind Symphony, Draper Philharmonic, and Millennial Choirs and Orchestra.
A passionate teacher, Isaac Sanabria runs a private studio and reed business and frequently teaches bassoon masterclasses and chamber group coaching's. He received his BM in Bassoon Performance from Brigham Young University where he studied with Dr. Christian Smith, and is currently pursuing a MM in Bassoon Performance at the University of Texas at Austin, studying with Kristin Wolfe-Jensen.