Steve Mauldin is an Adjunct Instructor (Music Technology) in the Belmont University School of Music. Mr. Mauldin received his classical degree, Bachelor of Music (Music Theory), from Furman University in 1972. He became a staff musician with Mark Five Recording Studios in 1972, played bass guitar on stage for Chet Atkins and has recorded with nationally-recognized artists such as: Carrie Underwood, Chely Wright, B.J. Thomas, Amy Grant, Ricky Skaggs, Seals & Crofts, Ray Price, Kenny Rogers, Pat Boone, The Gaither Vocal Band, Michael McDonald, Gary Puckett, Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Collective Soul, Avalon, and Willie Nelson. For ten years he produced and arranged for legendary pianist Floyd Cramer, and served as musical director for Buddy Emmons and the Swing Shift Band.
An acclaimed producer and arranger, Mr. Mauldin's accolades include: 2007 Singing News: Best Southern Gospel Album award, six nominations for the Gospel Music Dove Award, and Arranger of the Year (1998, 1999 and 2002) by the Southern Gospel Music Association. He has conducted his arrangements with numerous orchestras including the Nashville Symphony, and the North Carolina Symphony. His original compositions also appear in jingles, television (CMT's 100 Greatest Love Songs), and several films.
In 2005 Mr. Mauldin returned to Belmont University to resume teaching Computer Assisted Music Notation, a course he had pioneered in the early nineties. While teaching he entered the Master's program at Belmont receiving a Master of Music Composition degree in 2009. His Master's Recital may be viewed at Youtube.com or stevemauldin.com along with more information.
Contact Information: (615) 460-6408.