About Sarah Saxophone

London’s Female Saxophonist and Composer

Female Saxophonist, String Arranger, Composer, Producer and Multi-Instrumentalist, Sarah has led a wide and eclectic career as a musician, performing everything from Club Sax Live with DJ through to her Pop and Classical Crossover Shows. Having studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Sarah’s career has led her to share a stage with the likes of Lionel Ritchie, Katherine Jenkins, and Peter Andre through to performing with Olly Murs and Mark Ronson live on TFI Friday.

Sarah loves to explore all kinds of music from Classical to Pop, performing to composing, producing music videos to art direction and music consultancy. Sarah’s vast understanding of music allows her to work seamlessly within all genres of music tailoring her performances and music repertoire for her audience. As a female saxophonist not only does she perform but also has produced her own shows. Sarah’s music and performances always stay fresh and as a musician, Sarah can continue to evolve within an ever-changing industry.

During the early years of Sarah’s career, Sarah devoted a large amount of her time developing classical and film music, paving her way in the classical crossover world with a vision to change the way classical music is perceived and bringing instrumental music to those who may not have heard live music before. This started with her band VISION, where Sarah was commissioned by Classic FM and Yamaha to produce the show for their education show. Sarah then went on to create classical crossover group Sahara, inspired by the traditional string quartet, replacing the lead violin with female saxophonist. Combining beats and choreography within their full stage show. The release of their debut single Sahara Tango written and arranged by Sarah herself led Sahara to perform worldwide including sharing a stage with Peter Andre and Katherine Jenkins. Sarah developed this idea further by producing her own solo show with dancers, spreading her love for music and performing.

Some of Sarah’s career highlights feature performances with a wide variety of artists. Sarah has toured with opera singer Jonathan Antoine, written for opera singers Operatico, arranged and produced music for laser violinist Lumina. Debuted her solo career at the Purcell Rooms, Queen Elizabeth Hall. Produced and toured with her band commissioned by Yamaha and Classic FM, opening the Hackney Empire with HRH Prince Charles.

More recently Sarah’s career has led her to write and produce for all-female saxophone ensemble Alter Ego which performed live on TFI Friday, producing music for the TFI Friday Brass Off. Celebrity guests included Mark Ronson, Olly Murs and Little Mix. There is no stopping Sarah with her vision and musical creations, creating her own Live Lounge Project which performed live, broadcasting on Vimeo.


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Check out Sarah’s radio interview here as one of the finalists for Future Women Classics Awards 2020.

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