About SARAH PILLOW
Recently praised with having “a genuinely genre-busting voice, full and vivid” by Anne Midgette of The Washington Post, soprano Sarah Pillow enjoys a unique career, drawing on her equal expertise in jazz, classical, and early music repertoire. Beginning her career as a jazz singer, Sarah won best vocal solo in a performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival. She went on to study classical singing at Oberlin Conservatory, earning a Bachelor of Music degree. Since moving to New York City in the early ‘90s, Sarah has toured the United States and Canada with her jazz quartet, her crossover project, Nuove Musiche, and her early music ensemble, Galileo's Daughters. Recent dramatic performances include The Play of Daniel, a 12th-century liturgical drama, and Super-Size Girl and Max and Moritz, two recently composed children’s operas by Norwegian composer Gisle Kverndokk. Her latest solo album, Grace in Time, is a collection of spiritual songs for organ and voice with organist Jeffrey C. Johnson. She is also featured on a new album titled Fairy Tales and Lullabies with The Phoenix Quartet. More information can be found at galileosdaughters.com and sarahpillow.com.