Ross Salvosa is one of the most sought-after teachers in the Pacific Northwest. He is a seasoned adjudicator and has served in the juries of national and international piano competitions including the Seattle International Piano Festival and Competition and the National Music Competitions for Young Artists. He is renowned for developing prodigious talents from early formative ages to professional artists. He frequently gives masterclasses in Canada, USA, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica and the Philippines. He is the director of the Concord Institute of Performing Arts in Vancouver-BC and also an artist-faculty at the Chopin Academy of Music in Issaquah-Washington. He is a senior advisor to the board of the Vancouver Clef Music Society and has served as artistic director of the Music Without Borders Society.
He received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of British Columbia and was recipient of the Mildred Johnson scholarship award under the guidance of Corey Hamm, Sara Buechner, Mark Anderson, Kenneth Broadway and Ralph Markham. He earned is Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees from the Conservatory of Music at Lynn University on a full scholarship under the tutelage of Roberta Rust. He also studied with Philip Evans, Maria Rosa Oubiña, Frida Conn, Reynaldo Reyes, Emilio del Rosario, Mauricia Borromeo, Perla Suaco, Ruby Salvosa, Abelardo Galang and Artemio Panganiban.
Manila Pianos Artist Series in cooperation with the Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines Foundation Inc. present Ross Salvosa in a piano recital on Saturday, 1 February 2020 at 7:00 PM. He will interpret Chopin’s 12 Etudes, Op. 10 & Ballade No. 1, Op. 23, Ginastera’s Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 22. Tickets prices: P500.00 regular patron, P200.00 student with ID. All proceeds to benefit the Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines.