SALOME teaches Music Theory, Lute, Vihuela, Classical Guitar, Latin American, Venezuelan Cuatro, and Voice (Early and Classical Music), all levels.
She also teaches Fingerstyle Acoustic for beginner and intermediate levels.
She does not teach Baroque Guitar.
She can teach in English and in Spanish.
Each lesson is 55 minutes.

Salomé is a music teacher native of Venezuela, who recently became an American citizen. Salomé holds a master’s degree in music, majoring in classical guitar (MTSU) and a graduate diploma in voice and lute (Longy School of Music). Salomé has taught private and classroom lessons in Spanish and English for over 20 years, with a strong emphasis on parent/student co-teaching and learning, social outreach, and technology. In addition to singing in church services, Salomé’s specialty is singing and self-accompanying with different kinds of guitars and lutes. As a teacher Salome loves tailoring lessons to fulfill the needs of a diverse group of students, using the latest technology to appeal to younger generations as well as giving students live performance experiences. Believing that it is never too early or too late to learn a musical instrument, she thrives on helping students succeed in their personal and academic goals. She understands that every student learns in a different way, and bases her teaching on the different sensory styles of learning. She believes that with patience and fun educational exercises, learning music is possible for anyone.

Ask SALOME a question



June 2024
Choose a date within the two upcoming weeks to see available times.
Not finding the right time slot for you? Please contact us!

  1. [email protected] - Aug. 5, 2023

    Salomé is an amazing teacher - patient and knowledgeable, endlessly supportive, and accomplished teacher. I have been with her for just over 2 years, and she has guided me farther than I thought I would ever go in classical guitar.

  2. [email protected] - Aug. 17, 2023

    Salomé isn't just a teacher; she's an inspiration. Combining her vast knowledge with patience and unwavering support, she's transformed my journey with the classical guitar. In the short time I have been with her I've soared beyond what I ever imagined possible.

  3. YsaE. - Sept. 18, 2020

    My son is taking lessons with Salome on how to learn to play the Venezuelan Cuatro. We are so lucky to have found Salome she knows so much about music that she can make a lesson on Zoom feel like she is the room. Salome is very knowledgeable about music and most importantly she knows how to make kids learn music in a fun way. My son looks forward to his Cuatro lesson every week. We are so lucky to have found Salome.

  4. august.w.wirth - Jan. 7, 2021

    I cannot recommend Salome as a teacher enough. She’s so encouraging, patient, clever, and fun that our lessons are without a doubt the highlight of my week. Her genuine love of music is so deeply infectious that it keeps me perpetually motivated (even to do drills!). She has a talent for breaking down concepts into it’s simplest and most digestible forms and is receptive to any question I throw at her no matter how tangential they may be. Under her guidance my skill is advancing a lot quicker than I had expected in a way that feels effortless. It’s also a real treat whenever she plays a piece as an example. It instantly transports me from my living room into a concert hall as her sheer talent as a performer knocks the socks right off my little feet. I’ve only been her student for a handful of weeks now, but I’m so satisfied with her service that I fully intend to be under her tutelage for years to come.

  5. Zach - May 27, 2021

    Since I started working with her my technique and ability on the guitar has improve immensely, I’ve been introduced to entire genres of guitar music that I had never heard of, my repertoire has grown by probably 15-20 pieces, and she’s generally been an exceptional teacher. I would highly recommend her services to anyone looking to learn more about classical guitar and in particular Spanish style classical repertoire.

  6. RGF - Sept. 18, 2020

    I came to the lute at a very old age and without knowledge of guitar or any other plucked string instrument. Salome took up the challenge with steadfast good spirit and much dedication. Of course, she efficiently took me through all the technical aspects and never tired of correcting me when I grew sloppy or inattentive to these aspects. But she did something even more important, especially for adult students, by communicating her great love for the instrument and the music that could be played on it. Salome’s teaching was not just about hands and fingers but also about building a spiritual affinity with the instrument and its music.

Add a review
You must be logged in to post a review.

Empty review can't be submitted