Angelica Salazar, violin

Winterlude Teaching Artist

Angelica Salazar is an accomplished violinist, violist, and teacher based in Utah Valley. She is a brain surgery survivor and is grateful to be able to play the violin and viola today. Angelica studied with Dr. Donna Fairbanks and holds a BM in Violin Performance, Magna Cum Laude from Utah Valley University. She has performed solo and chamber music in many venues across the state of Utah, and has been a finalist and winner in several prestigious state, national, and international music competitions.

Angelica runs a successful private teaching studio and coaches the Utah Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra. She has experience teaching and adjudicating for music festivals like the Utah Mountain Springs Music Festival and various performing arts competitions. Angelica has also served as Miss Orem 2018, Miss Utah County 2019, Utah Valley University Orchestra President and currently serves as Co-Director of the Miss Utah County Scholarship Competition. She has actively planned, hosted, and performed in many large-scale musical benefit concerts and has helped to raise tens of thousands of dollars for communities and individuals in need. Angelica is passionate about using her love for music to better the lives of others.