Job Salazar Fonseca

Job Salazar Fonseca

Youth Early Music Ensemble Director


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Listen to Job’s story on Belmont Media Podcast Network’s “Power of Music,” episode 3

“Every single one of the works was performed with virtuosity and passion.” … CONARTE, Mexico

Job is a former violinist in the Monterrey Symphony Orchestra (OSUANL) and Opera Nuevo Leon, as well as Associate Violin Professor at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon Music Department, both in Monterrey, Mexico. He was showcased in the Chamber Music Festival of Nuevo Leon, Festival Internacional de Musica Mexicana, CONARTE; other festival credits include Brevard Music Center, Festival Del Sole in Napa, California.

Presently is a member of The Unitas Ensemble, Boston’s Latin Orchestra, and Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. Has collaborated with Crescendo, Oriana Consort, La Donna Musicale, and Rumbarroco. He has been invited to the Vancouver Early Music Festival, The International Baroque Institute at Longy School of Music of Bard College in Boston, and at The Twin Cities Early Music Festival in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is also a member of Early Music America and the American Federation of Musicians.

He holds a B.M. from Brigham Young University-Idaho where he studied with Emma Rubinstein, an M.M.and G.P.D. from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee where he studied with Markus Placci. He was awarded the Lindsay and Garth Greimann Scholar and Cambridge Holmes Music Practitioner Scholar at The Longy School of Music of Bard College where he received his G.P.D. in Historical Performance and studied with Dana Maiben. He has trained to become a C.M.P. (Certified Music Practitioner).

He works with students of all ages in his private violin studio, leads the Potentiae Collegium Youth Early Music Ensemble and the SMMS Beginner String Orchestra at the Powers Music School.