Sarah moved to London in the summer of 2016, she quickly built up her list of clients and has performed regularly in some of London's most exclusive venues, including The Savoy, Tramp and George Club Mayfair. She recorded her last two original songs at Abbey Road studios, and travels to Europe, America and Canada to perform. She also has regular features on American radio stations.
Sarah was classically trained on the piano, vocals and violin from the age of five. Shortly after her 14th birthday she achieved Grade 8 piano with distinction and a few years later obtained Grade 8 in both violin and singing. Sarah comes from Yorkshire, England, but the decision to pursue music as career happened during five year spell in Tirol, Austria. It was here she discovered writing and performing music was her calling, she abandoned the pursuit of a corporate life and started singing and playing in ski resorts, high end hotels and corporate events in Austria, Germany and Switzerland before moving to London in 2016. Fluent in French and German, Sarah also loves singing in French.
As for her composition history, Sarah started writing her own music when she was 11 years old. Recording in Abbey Road was a milestone moment and where she recorded 'The End Game' - a song about ambition.
Since finding her faith in 2018, Sarah now primarily writes contemporary Christian music and is thrilled to be bringing out new music from October 2021 with the theme of faith as its main thread.
Find her music on all digital platforms.
References: The Savoy, Beaufort Bar, London Tramp club, Jermyn St, London George club, Mount St, London The Cavendish, New Cavendish St, London Dream Ball, 2016, London Hotel Das Central, Sölden, Austria Restaurant ICE Q, Sölden, Austria Pfiff, Sölden, Austria ICE Q, Sölden, Austria Hotel Rita, Längenfeld, Austria Hotel Aqua Dome, Längenfeld, Austria Il Giardino, Ötz, Austria Hotel Interalpen, Telf, Austria Hotel Tirol, Fiss, Austria
Artist to Watch : http://www.threeicecubes.org/2017/07/artist-to-watch-sarah-hawkyard.html?m=1