On 25 October Sarah Class will be on stage at the Halesworth Arts Festival with a performance of music and personal reflection. Proceeds from the evening will support the conservation work of international charity, World Land Trust.
Sarah Class is a rising star, a young English singer and songwriter. She is also one of Britain’s most sought after film score composers with a strong association with wildlife and natural history. A Musical Safari with Sarah Class will be a mesmerising mix of personal experiences, film sequences and live performance.
Sarah has a long standing relationship with the BBC, and has composed music for prominent documentary programmes narrated by Sir David Attenborough, one of the patrons of World Land Trust.
In 2013 she received worldwide acclaim for the orchestral score for the BBC series Africa, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. "What wonderful music!" said Sir David Attenborough on first hearing Sarah's soundtrack.
During A Musical Safari, Sarah will reflect on her career in music and describe how different aspects of her musical talent have developed. Her live performance is a pared down acoustic set, Sarah on piano and guitar with a duo combination plus harmonies. Accompanying will be Gilly Anderson on backing vocals and Danny Moss Junior on double bass.
As an Ambassador for World Land Trust Sarah says: "I love working with World Land Trust because apart from being genuinely great people, they are one of the most singularly powerful and effective charities that I've been fortunate enough to experience. Money donated goes directly to helping the protection of the world’s fragile habitats and endangered species. I can't rate World Land Trust highly enough."
- A Musical Safari is on 25 October 2013, 7.30pm, at The Cut, New Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8BY. Tickets £12.50, available online from Halesworth Arts Festival or by phone on 01986 874264
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Full press release: http://www.worldlandtrust.org/documents/news/press-release-2013-musical-safari-with-sarah-class.pdf (229 KB)