Sarah Saxophone

Female Saxophonist, String Arranger, Composer, Producer and Multi-Instrumentalist.

Sarah has led a wide and eclectic career as a musician. From being awarded a Music Scholarship for a Private School in Cheltenham, Sarah went on to be offered a place at every leading Music Conservatoire in the UK to study the Saxophone. Sarah chose to study at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama, home to big industry names of Ewan McGregor and Orlando Bloom.

On obtaining her Bachelors of Music, Sarah went on to tour with Classic FM and Yamaha. During this time she performed to Prince Charles, performing for the opening of Hackney Empire. Sarah’s early career as a Classical Saxophonist, Sarah debuted at the Purcell Rooms, Queen Elizabeth Hall London. Sarah’s career has been nothing short of extraordinary, and her musical journey continues to thrive. 

Sarah’s Love for Classical Music & her Album: Project Secret

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. Her vision was to change the way classical music is perceived, by 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 for their education show. Sarah then went on to create the classical crossover group Sahara. The group was inspired by the traditional string quartet,  replacing the lead violin with a  female saxophonist. Sahara’s release of their debut single Tango, written and arranged by Sarah herself, led Sahara to great success. Performing worldwide and 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.

Sarah, a passionate classical crossover musician and an advocate of instrumental music, has released a variety of albums throughout her career. Her love for cross arts shines through in her latest project, Project Secret, featuring her hit single Silver Lining. Check out the music video here.

Career Highlights  

Throughout Sarah’s impressive career, she has had the privilege to share the stage with an array of talented musicians including Lionel Ritchie, Katherine Jenkins, Tony Hadley, Sophie Elis-Bextor, and Peter Andre. In addition to this, she has been blessed with the opportunity to perform for millions of viewers on numerous television shows. Some of her most noteworthy performances have been alongside Olly Murs, Little Mix, and Mark Ronson. Furthermore, Sarah’s talents extend far beyond the world of pop music. She has toured with opera singer Jonathan Antoine and written for opera singers Operatico. As a multi-talented musician, Sarah also composes music. She has arranged and produced music for laser violinist Lumina. Her contributions to the music industry are nothing short of awe-inspiring.

Sarah’s musical journey to date

More recently, Sarah’s career has led her to write and produce for all-female saxophone ensemble Alter Ego. In which they have 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.

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 with dancers. Sarah’s music and performances always stay fresh and as a musician, she can continue to evolve within an ever-changing industry. Watch some of her performances on Youtube.

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Check out Sarah’s radio interview here as one of the finalists for

Future Women Classics Awards 2020.