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Sarah Eyden - Guest Vocalist

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Sarah trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and was formerly a member of the internationally renowned a cappella group The Swingle Singers, with whom she toured the world and recorded five studio albums. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, New York. La Scala, Milan and countless concert halls and theatres worldwide with the world's greatest Orchestras and Conductors, including Chris Dean and The Syd Lawrence Orchestra.

“Her voice is controlled, intonation, perfect, and wit and humour an added extra – she is truly an all round entertainer” Ted Heath UK tour. (with Chris Dean)

Her vocal performance during “Food of Love” at Buckingham Palace with the conductor Nigel Hess and starring actors Diana Rigg and Robert Lyndsey resulted in Prince Charles greeting Sarah with…

“Well - it doesn’t get much better than that!”

Her debut solo performance at the BBC Proms was in 2016 at The Royal Albert Hall with the BBC concert orchestra. She has also performed a light jazz/music theatre repertoire with Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra together with classical contemporary work throughout Europe and the USA.

“Sarah Eyden was the de facto leader of the performance - her crystalline lines slicing to the back of the hall” Ben Finane. New York Times. 

Sarah can be heard on over 200 Hollywood film soundtracks including Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Shrek, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars, James Bond, Mary Poppins Returns, Beauty and beast and Captain Underpants the movie! Sought after in the recording studio she has recorded as a backing vocalist for Tony Bennett, Lesley Garrett, Bjork, Katherine Jenkins, Michael Jackson & Ozzy Osbourne.

She has two solo studio albums, one is a big band album called “Once in a Lifetime” recorded with members of the BBC Big Band and her latest album with Composer Denis King called “Love is in the Room” is available on iTunes, Amazon and from her website.

“Love Is In The Room - I’m glad that I was” Barry Cryer.

“How refreshing and rare to come across an album of beautiful songs, Impeccably sung. Bravo!” Don Black

“Some kinds of music are simply immune to changes of fashion or style. A singer - piano, bass, drums and eloquent songs. Simply timeless, in a jazz club or at the London Palladium. Go and see this. Love is in the room = Love of music.” Bill Oddie

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