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

LATEST NEWS

August 2017

Kate Ledger premieres Hidden Ceremonies 1 at Late Music York

June 2017

Premiere of ‘mimih’ at Kunstler Bei Wu Sculpture Park, Wessenberg

May 2017

Lecture at Florida State University Centre, London

May 2017

Goldfield Ensemble Celebrate Nicola Lefanu’s 70th Birthday

April 2017

Madeleine Mitchell and Nigel Clayton record Aurea Luce for Divine Art 

April 2017

Gallery in the Arctic and Baltimore

April 2017

Extracts from The Rosegarden of Light on Channel 4 News

April 2017

Recording solo piano disc for Prima Facie

April 2017

Squish! at Columbia University, New York

March 2017

Dr K. Sextet performs Bell Music for St. Casimir at Late Music York

March 2017

BBC Radio 3 broadcast of Gulistan-e Nur: The Rosegarden of Light

March 2017

Squish! at Big Red for the Arts Gala, Infinity Theater, Hartford

March 2017

Contributor to PRSF Women Make Music Evaluation 2011-2016

March 2017

Squish! Three performances with students from the American uDeaf School in Connecticut

January 2017

NMSW ‘Angela Carter’ Commission at the Royal West of England Academy

January 2017

Afghanistan’s first women conductors lead performances from Gulistan-e Nur

January 2017

Premiere of Sapida-Dam-Nau at the World Economic Forum, Switzerland with performances in Geneva, Zurich, Berlin and Weimar

December 2016

Arts Council Artist’s International Development Fund Award to support Appointment as Composer-in-Residence at Künstler Bei Wu Sculpture Park, Berlin

November 2016

Squish! performed with ASL interpreter in Storrs, Connecticut

October 2016

Broken Wing performed in Tianjin, China

December 2016

Rusnė Mataitytė performs Songs for Rusnė in London

December 2016

Hällristningsområdet for Dan Styffe and Prima Facie

December 2016

SQUISH! Premiere in association with The American Deaf School

November 2016

Theo’s Lullaby for cor anglais and harp premieres in Salisbury

September 2016

Gallery broadcast on Radio 3 Breakfast Show

September 2016

New works published by UYMP

September 2016

Peter Sheppard Skaerved plays Gallery in Vermont and New York

August 2016

British Music Collection Spotlight Article

August 2016

Rosegarden of Light on BBC Radio 3 Record Review

July 2016

Toccata Classics CDs receive excellent reviews

June 2016

Report from the British Museum

June 2016

The Rosegarden of Light European Tour

June 2016

Peter Shepperd Skaerved performs Bavad khair baqi! at the British Museum

May 2016

The Rosegarden of Light European Tour 2016

May 2016

PRSF Women Make Music Award for The Rosegarden

May 2016

Collaboration with artist Brian Graham

April 2016

Aster with Jenny Duck-Chong in Sydney

April 2016

Aurea Luce in Bristol and Stroud

April 2016

Frano Kakarigi performs A Not-So-Sonatine in Spain

April 2016

Four Jazz Portraits at Late Music York

March 2016

Lecture at the London College of Music

March 2016

Performances at the Women Composers Festival USA

February 2016

SCAW perform Owl of the Hazels in Buxton

January 2016

Excellent review of Toccata CD in Fanfare

January 2016

Finzi Trust Scholarship for Afghan orchestral work

January 2016

Ian Pace & Madeleine Mitchell at City University

January 2016

Cuatro Puntos perform Gulistan & Allah hu in Connecticut

January 2016

Broken Wing at Goldsmiths College, London

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) have been released to critical acclaim. Her works are published by UYMP, ABRSM and Recital Music.

Sadie is currently Composer-in-Residence with the American ensemble Cuatro Puntos. During 2015-16, she is working with them and the Afghanistan National Institute of Music on a ground-breaking collaboration - Gulistan-e Nur: The Rosegarden of Light Project.

Welcome to her website.

 

Sadie Harrison on the British Music Collection