Clarinetist Sarah Beaty performs internationally both as a soloist and in collaboration with many of todays finest artists. In New York City Sarah has appeared as a recitalist, chamber musician and concerto soloist at Carnegie Hall. In London Sarah has given recitals at the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the latter in which she performed as a winner of the 2009 Royal Overseas League Competition. An alumnus of Carnegie Hall’s “The Academy” in New York City, Sarah is also co-founder of the Ikarus Chamber Players as well being a member of the Knights Orchestra. Sarah has participated at Italy’s Spoleto Festival, the Lucerne Festival, and at the Marlboro Music Festival and Prussia Cove’s Open Chamber Music where she has enjoyed collaborations with such artists as Mitsuko Uchida, Radavan Vlatkovic and Peter Wiley of the Guarneri Quartet.
Sarah is thrilled to collaborate with a number of ensembles including the Elias, Callino and Brodowski Quartets, the Aronowitz and Metropolis Ensembles, and contemporary groups Argento New Music Project and the Wet Ink Composers.Sarah has also enjoyed collaborations as guest principal clarinetist with the Manchester Camerata and the Irish Chamber Orchestra.
Sarah studied with Charles Neidich at The Juilliard School, and with John Reynolds, John Bradbury and Lynsey Marsh at The Royal Northern College of Music. Sarah is the grateful recipient of the Maisie Lewis Young Artists Award, Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe woodwind prize, Ian Fleming Award from the Musicians’ Benevolent Fund, June Alison Woodwind Award from the Philharmonia Orchestra/Martin Musical Fund and The Hattori Foundation award.
Ms. Beaty premiered Kyle Blaha’s First Music commission Filigree for Clarinet and Orchestra with the New York Youth Symphony Orchestra on November 22, 2009.
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