Known for her “purity and flawless range” (South Florida Classical Review), soprano Sarah Moyer’s most recent work as a concert artist includes Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Grant’s SALT (world premiere), as well as countless Bach cantatas with Emmanuel Music, and Monteverdi’s Lamento della Nympha with Skylark Vocal Ensemble. She has also performed as a soloist with the Cape Symphony Orchestra, Aspen Chamber Symphony, Bourbon Baroque, Lost Dog New Music Ensemble, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and Emmanuel Music, among others. She has debuted world premieres by Harbison: No better time, Kallembach: Easter Oratorio, Theofanidis: Four Levertov Settings, and Runestad: The Hope of Loving, and American premieres by Melani: Teodora and Regina Coeli a5. and Nørgård: Nova Genitura and Seadrift.

As a choral artist, she appears with GRAMMY® nominated groups Skylark, Seraphic Fire, Conspirare, Clarion Music Society, True Concord, as well as Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Variant 6, Spire, The Thirteen, and Ensemble Origo. She can be heard as a soloist on Skylark’s GRAMMY® nominated albums Seven Words from the Cross and Once Upon a Time, and is excited to have joined Variant 6 for their newest album Fall and Decline, music by Gregory Brown. She has also recorded albums with Seraphic Fire (Mercy, in Hildegard’s Ordo Virtutum), Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Lorelei, Boston Revels (soloist), and Boston Modern Orchestra Project.

Sarah was a finalist in the 2019 Handel Aria Competition and is a 2015 recipient of the St. Botolph Emerging Artist Award. She received her Masters in Music from New England Conservatory of Music and her Bachelors in Music from Oklahoma State University.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys hiking and competing in triathlons. During Covid-tide, she taught herself how to play the ukulele and made it her pandemic’s work to revive music from the Tin Pan Alley genre.