Tea and a Tune with Sarah Wagner
March 21 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sarah Wagner’s interest in bringing theatricality to classical music has led her to perform in an exciting array of locations ranging from the Palace of Auburn Hills alongside Eminem in Detroit, Michigan to the throne room of Buckingham Palace.
An innovative collaborator, Sarah is known for engaging with creatives from many artistic practices including poetry, visual arts, and film to create immersive classical music concerts.
Her project “Under the Bridge” combined her performance of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons with street art beneath the Kingston Bridge and was conceived with After the Pandemic, design collective Lateral North, and street art initiative Colour Ways Glasgow. The filmed performance of “Summer” was featured in the Scotsman, the Sunday Post, and on BBC Radio Scotland. Under the Bridge culminated in a live performance of The Four Seasons to a sold out audience at Glasgow Cathedral during the United Nations COP26.
Sarah regularly works as a pit violinist for both opera and musical theater and has performed for over 60 productions across Scotland, France, Italy, Germany, and the United States.
In addition to her performance work, Sarah is a passionate music educator and teaches upper strings, orchestra, and musicianship with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Juniors program, Beatroute Centre for the Arts, as an Instrumental Ambassador with the Benedetti Foundation, and through her own private studio.
- Recommended £5 donation, all proceeds go to the artist