B.M., University of Georgia
M.M., University of Georgia
Ph.D., University of Georgia
Teaching and Scholarly Interests
Professor Solomon is a music theorist, composer, and classical guitarist. His research interests include spatialization, popular music, music perception, Schenkerian analysis, and neo-Riemannian theory. Articles of his appear in recent issues of Soundboard and Guitar Review. He has presented papers at a number of conferences, including the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, The College Music Society National Conference, and Music Theory Southeast. He is currently working on several different articles and presentations and is in the early stages of authoring a textbook that will offer a streamlined approach to the instruction of music theory. Professor Solomon composes both acoustic and electronic music, and he has arranged music for small ensembles as well as full orchestra. He is a founding member of the Georgia Guitar Quartetâ€”an ensemble that has released five CDs, performs and conducts masterclasses across the nation, and has won numerous awards.