Joshua Saulle (b. 1979) was born in New York City and began composing at age 11 after seeing the film Amadeus. His music has been performed at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, the Aspen Music Festival, and at other venues in the USA, Asia and the Middle East. In 2010, his choral piece ‘i am a little church’ was performed at Chorus America’s National Conference in San Francisco and also won the Boston Metro Opera Composition Competition in the Choral Category. 

Joshua earned his Ph.D. in Composition from the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, where he studied with David Lefkowitz, Richard Danielpour and Eric Tanguy, among others. Previously, he studied at Brown University and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and has studied with composers Gerald Shapiro, Chester Biscardi, and David Conte.  

Joshua currently resides in San Francisco where he teaches composition, theory and musicianship, and piano, and sings with local choral groups, most notably, the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco.