Blog Post #4: Soprano Sarah Brailey on why performing artists and presenters need help during the COVID-19 pandemic

Today’s “The Impact of COVID on the Arts” post (#4) is an essay by freelance soprano Sarah Brailey who also serves as the Artistic Director for the Handel Aria Competition and co-founder of the Just Bach concert series.  An incredible musician, Brailey is pursuing a DMA in Vocal Performance from University of Wisconsin-Madison and has an impressive career as a professional singer – ranging from appearances with Kanye West and Roomful of Teeth at the Hollywood Bowl to Purcell’s The Fairy Queen, Handel’s Silete venti, and Bach’s Mass in B Minor with the Handel and Haydn Society.

Learn more about Brailey and hear excerpts of her singing at her website.

Read Sarah Brailey’s full essay on The Well-Tempered Ear.