Wilson Gomez

Classical Guitarist


Wilson Gomez Performing in the Living Christ Fellowship Church

Wilson Gomez Performing in the Living Christ Fellowship Church

“The classical guitar is like a small orchestra with many different colors and voices which sing beautiful poetry to fill the hearts of its audience; with every note released into the universe, it gives it life and soul. Music is more than just a career path to me, it is my lifestyle. I aspire to share the beauty of the guitar with the world and if in the process I touch someone or make a difference, I will have fulfilled my purpose.  It is every member in the audience which inspires me to become the best musician I can be. “– Wilson Gomez

Wilson Gomez is one of the few classical guitarists who began his studies with the classical guitar. His passions consist of music from Latin America, Spain, and Europe. Wilson began studying the guitar at the age of fifteen and now shares his passion for the classical guitar with his audience and students.

Wilson is currently a private instructor at Zhen Music and Arts Institute in Dallas and was hired by Eastfield College as an Adjunct Guitar Instructor. He has performed with many ensembles throughout the Dallas area, including the Allegro Guitar Orchestra, Eastfield College Piano and Guitar Ensemble, Meadow’s Guitar Ensemble, and Meadow’s Concert Choir. Wilson has also performed with his duet partner and brother Jeovany Gomez.

Through his commitment to his education and his art, Wilson has received many artistic and academic awards including the Lee Caropresi Guitar Scholarship, SMU’s Meadows Artistic Scholarship, SMU’s Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship, and SMU’s Honors Transfer Scholarship.

Wilson is currently completing his B.M. in Guitar Performance at Southern Methodist University, where he studies with Robert Guthrie. Wilson has participated in master classes with Thibault Cauvin and Ruben Parejo. Wilson plans to perform at the Chamber Arts Festival in Madrid, Spain in the summer of 2014, and he is currently studying the German language, history, and its culture in preparation for his studies in Vienna, Austria in the fall of 2016.