Sarah’s love of music and performance started from an early age. Throughout elementary and middle school, Sarah pursued many musical passions: piano, guitar, chorus, and finally saxophone, which she began playing in the 6th grade. In high school, Sarah’s favorite musical endeavors became marching band and musical theatre. After serving as one of the drum majors for her marching band during her junior and senior years, she knew that she wanted to continue her journey with music and performance in college. In the fall of 2017, Sarah started school at the University of Georgia and chose to major in Music Education and minor in Theatre. Although her involvement with these particular degree programs shifted a bit throughout her college career, music and theatre remained integral parts of her life. During her time at UGA, Sarah studied abroad in Italy and played her saxophone in picturesque locations across the country, served as section leader and drum major for the UGA Redcoat Marching Band, served as Technical Director for Next Act, UGA’s only musical theatre student group, and served as Vice President, Ritual for UGA’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, an international music fraternity. During her summers, Sarah enjoyed instructing saxophones and drum majors at local high schools and helping lead the annual UGA Drum Major Camp, fueling her passions for both teaching and conducting. In May of 2022, Sarah graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies, and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership. Sarah now lives in Springfield and is pursuing a career in the arts. More specifically, Sarah aspires to use art as a medium through which to connect people and inspire meaningful social progress, and she is so excited to be working with Falcetti as a part of that lifelong endeavor.
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“I believe that music is much more than ink on a page; it matters who is behind the mouthpiece, the drumsticks, the voice. In teaching students, no matter their age or ability level, it is extremely important to remember that they are people. I intend to curate lessons based on whatever each student needs the most, and I will do my best to facilitate each individual's goals throughout the process. Students will improve their playing ability while learning to be well-rounded musicians and human beings, and I am so excited to be a part of their journey!”
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