Sun, Sarah Maria International Festival of Contemporary Music Warsaw Autumn

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is one of the most outstanding interpreters of the contemporary music scene. Her soprano repertoire spans 2,000 compositions from the 16th to the 21st century, including 400 world premieres. She is a regular guest at renowned festivals, opera houses and concert halls worldwide. She was nominated Singer of the Year for her portrayal of complex female characters such as the dual character Elsa/Lohengrin in Salavatore Sciarrino’s monodrama Lohengrin (2017) or that of Gwen in Philip Venables’s Psychosis 4.48 (2019). In the years 2007–15 she was the First Soprano of the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart, a chamber ensemble of seven singers who have been pioneers of contemporary music for decades. 

Sarah Maria Sun’s discography includes more than 30 CDs, many of which have received awards and nominations. Sarah is also an illustrator and author of children’s books and publishes original songs with the band Titillating Tofu. Since 2022 she has been a professor at the High School of Music in Basel.