Adjunct Lecturer of Technology for Musicians
A graduate of Belmont University as a classical composition major, Josh Salazar spent much of his time as a student working in technology related to music, combining the two disciplines into a balanced mix of audio engineer and musician. He has recorded many works of his own, as well as works by local singer-songwriters in Nashville. At Blair, he teaches computer music notation and the basics of recording and arranging music using a DAW.
Salazar studied composition under Bill Pursell and Mark Volker at Belmont University. His original works include pieces for solo guitar, solo piano, string quartet, mixed choir, and chamber orchestra. He also studied classical guitar under Mark Godwin at Belmont. Josh's solo guitar repertoire includes primarily Latin guitar works by composers from Brazil and Argentina, as well as some standard classical works.