Hector Salazar

Hector Salazar

Hector received his Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Dominguez Hills where he studied conducting with Frances Steiner. He earned his Master of Arts Degree from CSU, Long Beach and studied conducting with Larry Curtis and Rubin Gurevich. Currently Mr. Salazar is the assistant…

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Hector received his Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Dominguez Hills where he studied conducting with Frances Steiner. He earned his Master of Arts Degree from CSU, Long Beach and studied conducting with Larry Curtis and Rubin Gurevich. Currently Mr. Salazar is the assistant conductor of the Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay and has recently taken the baton of the Carson-Dominguez Hills Symphony Orchestra and is Music Director for the Music Ensemble of Los Angeles and the Southern California Brass Consortium. Mr. Salazar has conducted premieres of Kurt Weill's Marie Galante, Benjamin Lees' Labyrinths, Douglass Fake's Symphonic Episode (world premiere and dedicated to Mr. Salazar) and in 1992 gave the West Coast premiere of Claude Debussy's Suite bergamasque. In 2009, he conducted the World premiere of Timothy and the Magic Garden composed by Philip Westin and narrated by KOST's Karen Sharp with the Carson/ Dominguez Hills Symphony Orchestra. The Los Angeles Times said that Mr. Salazar "reveals a fluid and clear baton technique and an intelligent sensibility." Mr. Salazar has also worked on numerous motion pictures and musical theatre productions throughout the Southland. (www.maestrosalazar.com)

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