Diana Salazar is Acting Head of the BMus Programme and the Creative and Contextual Studies Department at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is a practice-led researcher specialising in electroacoustic composition, music technology and areas of higher education pedagogy. Her research outputs include electronic, instrumental, installation and collaborative works, many of which have been recognised in leading international competitions, festivals and conferences. She has also presented and published in areas of music technology and education. She is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy and a committee member of the National Association for Music in Higher Education (NAMHE).
PhD, University of Manchester
Portfolio of Compositions2006 - 2010
MMus, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Composition2004 - 2006
BA, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Musical Studies2000 - 2004
- Iain Harvie (Principal supervisor)