Rhomy López

An accomplished concert violinist with an esteemed degree in music pedagogy, she has been celebrated across Latin America for her remarkable talent spanning over two decades. Her unwavering dedication to teaching and musical enlightenment has positioned her as an influential figure in the realm of classical music.

She stands as the visionary Founder and CEO of Molto Allegretto Music Academy, an esteemed institution with distinguished campuses in Venezuela, Colombia, and the United States.

Her virtuosity as a violinist has illuminated some of the world’s most prestigious stages, captivating audiences at renowned venues such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, Royal Concertgebouw, Wiener Musikverein, Royal Festival Hall, Beethovenfest, Carnegie Hall, Salzburg Festival, and Lucerne Festival. Her tenure with the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, collaborating under the baton of legendary maestros including Sir Simon Rattle, Claudio Abbado, Lorin Maazel, Giuseppe Sinopoli, and Gustavo Dudamel, has been particularly noteworthy.

Her unparalleled artistry garnered critical acclaim with a 2019 Latin Grammy Award for her album “Regreso,” recorded with the New Philharmonic Orchestra, which clinched the title of “Best Classical Album of the Year.”

Additionally, her sterling contributions to symphonic performances have been recognized globally, leading to collaborations with celebrated artists such as Andres Cepeda, Herencia de Timbiquí, Yuri Buenaventura, Fonseca, Santi Cruz, Camilo, Amigos Invisibles, Kany Garcia, and Pablo Alborán, among others.

Presently, she holds pivotal positions as the Vice President of El Sistema Texas and the esteemed Director of Molto Allegretto Music Academy. Within these roles, she has pioneered a groundbreaking pedagogical system tailored for the young talents of the United States and Latin America, etching a transformative imprint on musical education.

In tribute to her stellar career, she was recently adorned with a prestigious honor by the Mayor’s Office of Houston and was presented with the distinguished “Yellow Rose of Texas” accolade by the Governor of Texas.

Her relentless passion, coupled with her exemplary talent, positions her as a paragon in the spheres of classical music and pedagogy, crafting an enduring legacy for aspiring artists of tomorrow.