Gary Solt has professional credits including session guitar work for “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “Deep Space Nine,” “Voyager,” “Enterprise,” “Becker,” “Knots Landing” and other television shows. His guitar playing has been featured on many Jay Chattaway scores, including “Masters of Horror” (Showtime). He has toured North America and Japan as a featured guitarist with the Percy Faith Orchestra, Don Rader, Leslie Uggams, Shirley Bassey, the Bruce Paulson L.A. All-Star Big Band and many others.
Gary serves as a performing artist and clinician for the Northern Arizona Jazz Festival, directed by former “The Tonight Show” Bassist Joel DiBartolo. He has also played in the pit at the Pasadena Playhouse for the world premieres of Broadway musicals Sister Act, Mask, Vanities, Stormy Weather and many others. He has performed with Gordon Goodwin, Natalie Cole, Josh Groban, David Foster, Frank Sinatra, The Boston Pops and numerous others.
Gary is a former faculty member at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and performed for the Boston Pops with Conductor John Williams. At MI, aside from his duties as Associate Dean of the Baccalaureate program, Gary is an Instructor in Music Theory, Degree Ensemble, Performance, History of Rock and various computers-in-music classes.