Sean Michael Salamon

Sean Michael Salamon is an American composer, vocalist, and music director. Salamon's music has been performed by ensembles, both professional and amateur, throughout his native United States, as well as in Canada, Chile, Spain, England, Scotland, Iceland, Germany, Romania, Lithuania, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, and New Zealand.

In 2014, Salamon began studying for a master's degree in composition at London's Royal Academy of Music. He is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Music in Pittsburgh. While studying there, he was the music director for the CMU Originals (, an award-winning all-male a cappella group, and founded Ping (, a professional early music/new music ensemble. He was also the composer-in-residence and baritone choral scholar at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in downtown Pittsburgh, and sung extensively in the Carnegie Mellon Concert Choir. During his tenure at Carnegie Mellon, he was awarded many prizes and honors for composition and scholarship.

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