'The imagery sparkles… mercuriality adrift in a house of mirrors' Folio 2001

LATEST NEWS

March 2021

Fire in Song released on Divine Art/Metier

March 2021

Composing Archaeology: chapter in forthcoming Routledge publication Music and Heritage

February 2021

Flight of Swallows broadcast on Radio 3 Night Tracks

February 2021

Ambache Charitable Trust Grant awarded for Frederick Septimus Kelly Project

January 2021

Featured composer in The New Oboe Music Project

January 2021

‘..in the air..’ broadcast on WPRB Radio in Viva 21st Century

December 2020

Peter Sheppard Skaerved performs Gallery at The Exhale’s Celebrating Collaboration

December 2020

Kreutzers premiere 10,000 Black Men Named George: the Multiple Burdens of Injustice

December 2020

As-salāmu ‘alaykum Bethlehem performed by Kantos Chamber Choir

December 2020

Excellent reviews for ‘..in the air..’

November 2020

Arts Council Grant Awarded for PASTURE & STORM 2021-2022

November 2020

‘..in the air..’ featured on Portuguese Radio’s Geography of Sound

October 2020

Glen Sheldon gives world premiere of Meditation for solo violin

October 2020

Three Dances for Diana Nemorensis in Listening Guide by Rosaura Aguilar (Mexico)

October 2020

Recording of Fire in Song for Divine Art/Metier with Gemin

Winter 2020

‘..in the air..’ released on Prima Facie ASC Records with Duncan Honeybourne

Winter 2020

‘..in the air..’ performed LIVE! by Duncan Honeybourne in Weymouth Chamber Music Series

Winter 2020

Barkarole performed LIVE! by Rolf Hind at Kings Place London

August 2020

Duncan Honeybourne premieres ‘Portraits from the place of the yew-trees' at Sheffield Cathedral

June 2020

Corona Defined premiere: Sound World Coronavirus Fund for Freelance Musicians Project

June 2020

Rolf Hind gives online premiere of Barkarolle for solo piano

June 2020

The River Dreams of Sleep receives online premiere from Kreutzer Quartet members

June 2020

Cantare et Trepidare for singing violist at St. Brides, London

May 2020

Kreutzers premiere 3 new movements from The River Dreams of Winter

May 2020

Duncan Honeybourne premieres ‘..in the air..' for Help Musicians UK Lockdown fundraising Project

May 2020

Premiere of Late Music York Commission of Fire in Song with Gemini

May 2020

Further performances of SQUISH! King Kong’s Love Song in Connecticut USA

April 2020

Bristol University Lecture: Composing for the Afghanistan National Institute of Music: Collaborations and Collisions

April 2020

Charis Foster premieres My Hazara People in Kingston, Ontario

April 2020

Premiere of ‘I am in love with every star..’ at Late Music York with Kate Ledger and Anna Snow

March 2020

Appointment as Composer-in-Residence for SOUNDSTORM Composition Project 2020

March 2020

Composition workshops with Sound World

March 2020

‘Praise Him with Trumpet Sounds!’ published by Royal Schools of Church Music/UYMP

March 2020

Cardiff University Composition Seminar Lecture: Composing Archaeology

January 2020

Anthem for singing string quartet and NASA audio on Soundcloud

January-February 2020

Further showings of Anthem as part of In The Steps of Apollo 3D at We the Curious (Bristol Planetarium)

Sadie was born in 1965 in Adelaide, Australia.

Now based in Dorset, she works as a freelance composer across the UK and abroad. Her music has been performed internationally by some of the world’s top musicians with numerous radio and television broadcasts. Several CDs of her music (NMC, METIER, Sargasso, Toccata Classics, BML, Cadenza, Clarinet Classics, Prima Facie) have been released to critical acclaim. Her works are published by UYMP, ABRSM and Recital Music.

Sadie has recently been Composer-in-Residence with the American ensemble Cuatro Puntos, Composer-in-Association with the Afghanistan National Institute of Music and the first Composer-in-Residence with the Keunstler Bei Wu Sculpture Park, Wesenberg, Germany, posts supported by Arts Council England International Development Grants, a Finzi Scholarship and a PRSF Composers’ Fund award. Sadie is Chair of the Board of Trustees for Sound World and a tutor and mentor with New Music in the South West and the South West Music School.

Welcome to her website.

 

Sadie Harrison on the British Music Collection

Arts Council

Composers' Fund

Sadie Harrison is supported by PRS Foundation’s Composers’ Fund, a new opportunity for classical composers with a strong track record, supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation