Mrs. Salomé Sandoval


Contact Information


Quincy, Massachusetts

Early Music Skills & Interests

Archlute, Guitar, Lute, Mezzo-soprano (Voice), Soprano (Voice), Vihuela

Early Music Affiliations

Concert Producer, Conductor, Educator, Music/Artistic Director, Performer, Student


Sandoval's Bio

Salomé Sandoval sings and self-accompanies with a variety of plucked instruments. A native of Venezuela, she holds degrees from Longy School of Music in MA, MTSU in TN and Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales in Caracas, VE in classical guitar, voice and lute. Recent collaborations include Boston Camerata, Revels, El Mundo, Newberry Consort Raleigh Camerata, Duke Vespers and her own group El Fuego. Salomé's CDs are available in ITunes and youtube.

Bio (longer)

Salomé Sandoval sings and plays a variety of fretted string instruments such as lutes, early and classical guitars. A native of Venezuela Salomé holds a Graduate Performance Diploma in Early Music as a voice (with Laurie Monahan) and lute major (with Doug Freundlich) thanks to a scholarship awarded by Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA; a Master’s in Arts from Middle Tennessee State University (with William Yelverton) and a Bachelor in Music from Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales (in Venezuela, with Luis Zea) both in classical guitar. She has played in master classes with renowned international guitarists such as Leo Brower and Alirio Diaz and lutenists such as Nigel North, Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs, 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. She has collaborated in many CD recordings with groups such as Camerata Renacentista y Barroca de Caracas conducted by Isabel Palacios in Caracas, VE and has two of her own: Singing with the Fire and Potions (available in Itunes) containing a variety of songs from early, Spanish, Latin- American and twentieth-century music. Salomé’s recent collaborations with Early Music Ensembles include Raleigh Camerata, El Mundo with Richard Savino, Newberry Consort with Ellen Hargis and her own group El Fuego, with repertoires that range from New World to Spanish Eighteenth Century sacred and stage music.


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