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Master of Music in Wind Conduction, Kent State (2010).
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Music, University of Akron (2008)
Graduate Teaching Assistant (2008-2009)
Roadhouse Music (2007-present), Various other teacher positions
Matthew Salvaggio, a native of Huntsburg, Ohio, is currently the conductor of the Kent Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble based in Kent, Ohio.
Mr. Salvaggio is active as a guest clinician and has been invited to conduct local public school bands, community bands and summer music camps. Most recently, he has served as a Guest Conductor/Lecturer with the Lakeland Community College Civic Orchestra. In 2010, Matt was invited to perform a live conducting audition with the United States Army Bands - an honor reserved for a select few each year.
Matthew holds memberships in the Music Educators National Conference, Ohio Music Education Association, the College Band Directors National Association, the National Conductors Guild, the Northeastern Ohio Double Reed Association and Tau Beta Sigma ('07), the national band service sorority. Mr. Salvaggio earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Akron in 2008 and a Master of Music degree in instrumental conducting from Kent State University in 2010. At Kent State University, Matthew was a student of Wayne Gorder, Scott Curfman, Marcus Neiman and Scott Seaton.
Prior to his becoming conductor of the Kent Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble, Mr. Salvaggio has served as Assistant Director of Orchestras and Graduate Assistant in Bands at Kent State University. In 2007, he served as a guest conductor in residence with the Medina Community Band.
To learn more about Mr. Salvaggio, visit his personal website here.
Matthew has a flute, oboe, clarinet and saxiphone focus. He teaches beginner, intermediate, and advanced students.
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