Sarah Quinn
DeAngelis Studio of Music, 35 Lafayette Sq, 3rd Floor, Haverhill MA, 01832
Instruments: Chorus, Ear Training, Piano, Theory, Voice
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 10 years
Rate: $0 / hr
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Personal Statement
Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Eastern Nazarene College, with concentrations in Vocal Performance and Contemporary Music & Recording.

In 2004, she studied at the Contemporary Music Center in Martha’s Vineyard, an intense one semester college program for aspiring musical artists, songwriters and industry professionals. She has toured and performed with several choirs and vocal groups, most notably the Providence Singers, the Andy Needham band (formerly Arise), and the Continental Singers.

Sarah’s musical interests span across a wide spectrum of styles from classical to folk, jazz to rock. With singing as her biggest passion, she also has a deep interest in songwriting.


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