Salomé Sandoval sings and plays a variety of fretted string instruments such as lutes, early and classical guitars. Native of Venezuela Salomé holds a B.M. from Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales (with Luis Zea) and a M.A. from Middle Tennessee State University (with William Yelverton) both in classical guitar. She has played in master classes with renowned international guitarists, as well as in radio shows, theater, movie soundtracks and television. Award winner in several competitions, Salomé has sung and played early, Latin American, and contemporary music in various ensembles and choirs in Venezuela and the US. Recently she was part of the classical guitar faculty at MTSU. She has collaborated in many CD recordings and in her first CD "Cantando con el Fuego" (Singing with the Fire) Salome combines her voice and guitar with repertoire that includes English Renaissance pieces and Spanish music; her second CD "Pociones" (Potions) is now available, containing a variety of songs from early, Latin-American and twentieth-century music. Today she is pursuing a GPD in early music as a voice and lute major thanks to a scholarship awarded by Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA. Salomé Sandoval sings and self-accompanies with classical guitar in a program where love and solitude are the main characters and are represented in many different facets with songs in various languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian and German. On Salomé's second self-produced album you will listen to original works and arrangement for voice and guitar by Dowland, Purcell, Falla, Schubert, Sor and others.