Martha Sallet was trained in the Midwest and a graduate of the School of Music Education with a piano major from the University of Kansas. While there she also studied the marimba which has its origins in Africa but is very popular in Central America. The marimba has a keyboard similar to the piano, but the keys are made of rose wood and are struck with mallets.
Martha has been teaching both children and adults for many years. She enters students in various events and competitions depending on the desires of the students and their parents. Her goal is to foster the love of music through the facility to play the piano,, to expose students to theory, ear training, memorization, sight reading and music history, to nurture self-confidence and to bring music students together.
Martha is a member of the Music Teachers Association of Bowie, The Prince George's Music Teacher Association, The Maryland State Music Teachers Association, The Music Teachers National Association, and the National Piano Guild.
She has a piano studio at Music & Arts at the Bowie Town Center and one at her residence in Bowie, Maryland.