Eliane Salek produced four solo CDs: "40 Anos de Palco" (Fina Flor, 2016, with special guest appearances by artists such as Nelson Sargento and Romero Lubambo, among others), "Modinhas e Chorinhos Eternos" (Music in the Museum Project, 2008), "Brazilian Mix" (1999) and "Baiôro" (2002). As a flutist, she was part of the group of Helcio Milito, with the CD Quilombo, released in the USA. Mezzo-soprano, integrates the Choir of the Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro.
As a pianist and flutist, she has performed in shows and recordings with Toquinho, Sivuca, Zeca Pagodinho, Paulinho Da Viola, Elizeth Cardoso, Alaíde Costa, Ademilde Fonseca, among others. As a musician and arranger, she performed at Rede Globo and Tabajara Orchestras, Cuba Libre, Rio Jazz Orchestra and [Invalid Artist]. Eliane brought Brazilian music to Paris in the Year of Brazil in France (2005), and toured cities like Lyon, Rome, Berlin and Hilden (Hildennerjazztag Festival).
In 2006, she performed in prestigious venues in Lyon, where she performed successful concerts and workshops, generating a permanent group of Brazilian music.
Master in Music by UNIRIO, developed a dissertation on the interpretation of crying. She graduated in transverse flute and graduated in the technical course in piano by UFRJ. She had as masters Altamiro Carrilho, Paulo Moura, [Invalid Artist], [Invalid Artist], Guerra Peixe and [Invalid Artist].