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

LATEST NEWS

December 2017

World premiere of Tarab with Sheppard-Skaerved and Trandilovski

December 2017

Prima Facie CD Launch (As-salāmu ʿalaykum Bethlehem)

November 2017

Mitchell/Szram record Owl of the Hazels for Divine Art/Métier

November 2017

Duncan Honeybourne performs Lunae at St. James, Piccadilly

November 2017

Prima Facie CD release Return of the Nightingales

October 2017

UYMP publishes new works

October 2017

Aurea Luce broadcast on The Violin Channel with CD Launch

October 2017

Australian premiere of ‘with what do winter’s summers sing?’

October 2017

Divine Art / Metier CD Launch with Aurea Luce

September 2017

Rainbow’s End premiered in Shaftesbury by Daisy Booth

September 2017

The Rosegarden of Light on King of Kabura film soundtrack

September 2017

The Rosegarden of Light at Woman XXI International Conference in Portugal

September 2017

Aurea Luce at ‘Women’s Work in Music’ Conference

August 2017

Second visit to Bei Wu Wesenberg as Composer-in-Residence

August 2017

Three Jennys on ABRSM Syllabus 2018-21

August 2017

Kate Ledger premieres Hidden Ceremonies 1 at Late Music York

September 2017

Diana Mathews performs Allah hu! at St. John’s, Wimbledon

September 2017

Bingham Quartet give world premiere of Geda’s Weavings at Late Music York

July 2017

Karen Wimhurst at Shaftesbury Fringe Festival

June 2017

The PRSF Composers’ Fund award for Bei Wu Residency, Berlin

June 2017

As-salāmu ʿalaykum Bethlehem recording for Prima Facie

June 2017

Gulistan-e Nur featured on Australian documentary soundtrack

June 2017

Katherine Clarke performs Three Dances for Diana Nemorensis 

June 2017

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

May 2017

SQUISH! at Greater Hartford Arts Council Panel Discussion

May 2017

Peter Sheppard Skaerved in Moretonhampstead Church & on TEDxBergen

May 2017

Lecture at Florida State University Centre, London

May 2017

Goldfield Ensemble Celebrate Nicola Lefanu’s 70th Birthday

April 2017

…ballare una passacaglia di ombre…on Lefanu’s BBC3 Composer of the Week

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

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 is currently Composer-in-Residence with the American ensemble Cuatro Puntos and the first Composer-in-Residence with the Keunstler Bei Wu Sculpture Park, Wessenberg, Germany, a post supported by an Arts Council England International Development Grant and a PRSF Composers’ Fund award.

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