Specializes In:Voice, new music, early music, innovation, audition preparation, performance preparation, diction, voice theory, healthy vocalization and musicianship
A dynamic musician motivated by conceptual diversity, Sarah has dedicated herself to the collaborative practice of evocative communication through music. The 2012-2013 season holds performances with the Phoenix Collective, Canzon and Musik Barock, the Little Opera Company, and as part of the 2013 WSO New Music Festival, Cluster New Music + Integrated Arts Festival, and Agassiz Summer Chamber Music Festival. Independently, Sarah is in the process of curating a gallery recital featuring 5 new works for voice and electronic by emerging Canadian composers. She is also looking forward to working with her duo partner, pianist Christopher Kayler, on a second Home Routes house concert tour through Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Since moving to Winnipeg in 2008, Sarah has been honored to have the support of the Orville J Derraugh Memorial Scholarship, the Manitoba Registered Music Teachers’ Association, the Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg, and the University of Manitoba. She was also invited to compete in the semi-finals of the 2011 E-Gré National Music Competition and the 2012 Doris McLellan Competition for Solo Performance.
Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music and graduate studies at the University of Manitoba Marcel A Desautels Facutly of Music.