Samar Salamé was born in Beirut, Lebanon, where she lived until she finished her Audio-Visual education at the University of St. Joseph. While pursuing her degree, she started her singing and music lessons at the Lebanese National Conservatory. After completing her studies she relocated to Naples, Italy, where she joined the Neapolitan Company, Media Aetas, singing and acting for a year throughout Italy in the show L’Opera Buffa Del Giovedi Santo, of Maestro Roberto De Simone. At the conclusion of the tour, she joined the National Conservatory of Rome, Santa Cecilia, where she received her singing diploma in 2006. During her studies in Rome, Samar gained valuable experience participating in various works such as Trovatore of Guiseppe Verdi, Semiramide of Voltaire, Requiem alla Memoria di Pier Paolo Pasolini (Munich) of the same Maestro Roberto De Simone. She also ranked finalist in the Competition of Mattia Battistini of Rieti, sang in the Choir of Stefano Cucci collaborating with Maestro Ennio Morricone, and performed in various concerts as a soloist. After spending 6 years in Italy, Samar moved to Paris, France in 2006, where she still resides performing in various venues and countries. In Paris, her performances include La Maya, adaptation of Caprices de Marianne of Alfred de Musset, and concerts at the Grand Palais, Concièrgerie, La Mairie du XIVème, and UNESCO. She was also the Artistic Director, Producer, and Singer in Alive, a live musical show. In London she performed in two concerts, with Peace and Prosperity Trust, in which she is part. In Lebanon she did many performances, among them, Gloria of Vivaldi, Mess of Mozart, in the “Grotto of Jehita”, Stabat Mater of Pergolesi, the role of Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro in the International Festival of Byblos, and repeated multiple years performances at the Al-Bustan Festival, Festival of Sourat, Christmas Festival of Beirut Chants, Byblos Festival, and at The National Lebanese Museum for the Association APSAD. In 2011, she created and performed the show Les Mystères Lyriques in Paris and at the International Festival of Byblos, and created and performed too, the show Crazy Opera, which she performed at the 2013 International Byblos Festival in Lebanon and at the opening of the Opera season in Bahrain. She created and performed Sacré Profane in 2015at the International Byblos Festival. Samar also sang the Panis Angelicus during the historic Pope Mass in Lebanon in September, 2012. She performed the role of Sophie Arnould in Le Nègre des Lumières of Alain Guédé in Martinique and Guadeloupe, and did her debut in USA with a concert in Florida.