Salomé Sandoval sings and plays lutes, as well as early and classical guitars. A native of Venezuela, she holds a Graduate Performance Diploma in Early Music voice and lute thanks to a scholarship awarded by Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA. She also completed a Master’s in Arts with an assistantship from Middle Tennessee State University and a Bachelor of Music from Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales in Caracas, Venezuela, both in classical guitar.
Salomé‘s experience extends to master classes, radio shows, theater, movie soundtracks and television, performing early, Latin American, and contemporary music in Venezuela and the US with groups such as Camerata de Caracas, the Church of the Advent choir, Harvard Early Music Society, Canto Armonico, Revels, El Mundo, Newberry Consort and the Boston Camerata. Salomé‘s CDs “Singing with the Fire” and “Potions” as well as videos are available in ITunes and YouTube. In 2010 Salomé founded “El Fuego Early Music Ensemble” featuring Hispanic Baroque vocal music.