As a performer, Sarah Eastman, is active artist in art song, oratorio, opera, early music, and choral repertoire based in Boston, MA. Ms. Eastman recently made the fach change from Soprano to Mezzo-Soprano and is re-branding herself in the Boston-metropolitan area. Ms. Eastman's roles include Jack’s Mom (Into the Woods), Gianetta (The Gondoliers), Witch/Shepherdess (Pasticcio Furioso), Geraldine (A Hand of Bridge), Jody Juggler/Clown (Sid the Serpent who Wanted to Sing), Sandman (Hansel and Gretel), Cercatrice (Suor Angelica), Despina (cvr) (Così fan tutte), Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), and Papagena (Die Zauberflöte.) Partial roles include Ännchen (Der Freischütz), Serpina (La Serva Padrona), Rose (Lakmé), and Bianca (The Rape of Lucretia).
Sarah has performed with Towson University, Towson University Resident Children's Opera Company Opera in a Can, Little Patuxent Opera Institute, Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, OperaWorks Emerging Artist Program, MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players, MetroWest Opera, MassOpera, Odyssey Opera, Manhattan Opera Studio, and The Boston Conservatory Conductor’s Choir, Chamber Ensemble, and Composer Recital Series. She has performed at Boston Symphony Hall with Tanglewood Festival Chorus and the Boston Pops, Longwood Opera's Summer Concert Series, the National Opera Center, as well as performed at Carnegie Hall.
Sarah Eastman was selected as a Semi-Finalist in the American Prize in Music-Professional Women in Art Song and Oratorio division for 2017. She has performed many solo recitals including "A Musical Potpourri" in November 2017 with the Newton Free Library Concert Series sponsored by All Newton Music School, as well as "Music By the Bay" at Gibson Island Country Club.
Sarah has an extensive history as a soloist/cantor in both the Baltimore and Boston metropolitan areas. She was a soprano chorister for Shrine of the Little Flower in Baltimore, MD and a cantor for Our Lady of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, MD. Most recently Sarah was the soloist and cantor for St. Joseph’s parish and Shrine of Our Lady of Good Voyage in Boston, MA.
2010 - present
2010 - present