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Sara Genn

Sara Genn's Fender Rhodes trio is a moving meditation on longing and creative desire. She is accompanied by Keith Witty on double bass and Christopher Eddleton on drums. She is currently preparing for her third release, Lifedrawing.

Sara grew up in a family of artists in Vancouver, Canada and studied piano with the Royal Conservatory before establishing herself as a visual artist. After extended sojourns in France and Spain, Sara relocated to New York City and embarked on her music project. Today she lives in New York where she paints, writes and plays music.

Sara's been featured in The London Papers and in FLARE, has licensed for independent films and her music has been used by Honda, RW&Co and on the NBC drama "Lipstick Jungle". Tours in Europe, including the Edinburgh Festival have brought Sara features on independent radio in NY, the UK and Switzerland, and webcasts for the critically acclaimed Bedford in London. Sara's music has been included on the compilations "Dean's List" (NY) and "Electroacoustic Club" (London). Sara also collaborates with French electronic producer Wax Tailor, writing songs and texts for his gold record "In the Mood For Life" (2009) and his 2012 release "Dusty Rainbow From The Dark".

Sara is a proud supporter of A Loving Spoonful, Art For Life, and The BC Centre for Ability in her hometown of Vancouver. These organizations provide support and therapies for vulnerable people in our communities, including those with special needs (The Centre for Ability), and those living with HIV/AIDS (A Loving Spoonful, Art For Life).

Sara's paintings have been featured by Nissan Infiniti and in Tatler, New York Magazine, Town and Country, Canadian House and Home and Domino. She's represented by Voltz-Clarke in New York City, by Mayberry Galleries in Toronto and Winnipeg, as well as other galleries across Canada and the USA.