Below are upcoming performances Sarah is involved in and you are more than welcome to come check them out!
HOW TO CONTACT SARAH
Feel free to email Sarah at email@example.com for any lessons, performances, or gigs.
Flute Instructor for American Wind Symphony
Sarah has been appointed as the Flute Instructor for the American Wind Symphony Orchestra's First Education Initiative, "Winds over West Virigina." She will be teaching flute lessons at multiple schools and performing chamber music outreach concerts with her fellow colleagues. As well as teaching, she will be premiering many works written by composers today.
Emissary Quartet's Residency in Iowa
Emissary Quartet's Residency in Iowa. The Emissary Quartet will be performing and teaching throughout Central Iowa at local schools such as Iowa State University and local high schools. On Monday, April 21st at 7:30pm, they will be performing a concert. The official schedule will be out on www.emissaryquartet.com! Check out the website for more details!
Emissary Quartet and Annika K. Socolofsky
Sarah and the Emissary Quartet will be working with composer from Ann Arbor, Annika K. Socolofsky, 2014 recipient of the Fromm Foundation Commission at Harvard University. For more information about the commission, visit: http://www.music.fas.harvard.edu/fromm.html. Be on the lookout for they will be performing Annika's newly commissioned piece for flute quartet in the year of 2015-2016! More information about Annika Socolofsky, visit her website: http://aksocolofsky.com.
Central Iowa Symphony: "Setting: a different tone"
Sarah will be performing with the Central Iowa Symphony for their winter concert on Saturday, December 6 at 7:30pm at the Ames City Auditorium. Performing works by Joseph Haydn, Ralph Vaughn Williams, as well as some Winter Classic Songs!
Iowa State University Percussion Ensemble
Sarah will be performing with the Iowa State University's Percussion Ensemble as a soloist alongside Dr. Sonja Giles on Wednesday, December 3rd at 7:30pm at the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall.