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Sarah Lianne

Lewis

composer

 

"... transported the ear to a world of its own"

The Guardian

mind the gap

UPROAR

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

26 Oct 2018 

Weeping Tudor Productions

"a transgressive few minutes, with pristine dissonance and an eerie ambiance."

Is there no seeker of dreams that were?

BBC NOW

Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff

28 March 2018

Musical Opinion

"There was a poised, formal beauty in the score's repeated phrases and fragile textures. The final section's inventive use of whistling and humming [...] brought the piece to an ethereal and haunting conclusion."

Sunflowers in Autumn

The Berkeley Ensemble

St David's Hall, Cardiff

09 April 2019

about

Sarah Lianne Lewis is a Welsh composer, based in the Vale of Glamorgan.  

Her music is interested in exploring semi-improvisatory gestures within larger ensembles, and the dialogue that this creates between composer and performer.  She also finds inspiration regularly from poetry, which is reflected in many of the titles of her works.

Her music has been described as “quiet and delicate” (Matthias Roth, Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 2016), “full of imaginative sonorities” (Steph Power, Wales Arts Review, 2016), with “pristine dissonance and eerie ambience” (Weeping Tudor Productions, 2018).

She studied at Cardiff University between 2006 and 2011, gaining a BA (Hons) 2:1 in Music & History, and an MMus in Composition, and her music has since been performed in Europe, Canada and Australia, and broadcast on several UK and European radio stations.

 
 

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Penarth, Wales, UK​

info@sarahliannelewis.com

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Beethoven in Wales 2019-20

Sarah's new violin sonata 'Until the thread breaks' (premiered 09 January 2019 at Rhyl Music Club) tours Music Clubs across Wales in Spring 2020.

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