Diana Salazar is a composer and sound artist based in London. Her practice-led research examines spatial composition and interpretation in electronic music and associated issues of performance practice and cross-disciplinary discourse. Her compositional output includes fixed media work, work for instruments and electronics, cross-disciplinary collaborations, and improvised electronic laptop performance. Her works have been performed nationally and internationally, and many have been recognised in international competitions. Selected works have been published on the Elektramusic, Studio PANaroma, SCRIME, discparc, MisoMusic and Drift Station labels.
Following undergraduate and postgraduate studies in composition at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Diana completed her PhD at the University of Manchester with the support of an AHRC doctoral award. From 2009 to 2013 she was a Senior Lecturer in Music Technology at Kingston University. Since 2013 she has been a Lecturer in Music at City University London.