Hailed as “splendid” and with “a lovely, natural-sounding tone and versatile gift for interpretation” by The New York Times, soprano Sarah Pillow has built a unique career by drawing on her equal expertise in jazz, classical, and early music repertoire. Sarah has toured over 30 cities in the United States with both her jazz quartet and her crossover project, Nuove Musiche. She also directs her own group, Galileo's Daughters, and has eight recordings available of both jazz and early music repertoire. Past performance highlights include The Messiah at The National Centre for the Performing Arts in Mumbai, India, and as The Queen in The Play of Daniel for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Performances of Perpetual Motion: Revolutions in 17th-Century Science and Music, Galileo's Daughters' multimedia collaboration with author Dava Sobel has been presented in New York City, Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Vassar College, and in British Columbia. Sarah’s current performance season include The Mozart Requiem and Franck's Mass in A in New York City; the world premiere of Gisle Kverndokk’s Max and Moritz: A Cartoon Opera in Seven Pranks in Washington, D.C., New York City and Palm Springs, California with The New York Opera Society; Perpetual Motion at The Light in Winter Festival in Ithaca, NY; and Peter Schickele’s (P.D.Q. Bach) holiday show in Woodstock, New York. More information about Sarah can be found at galileosdaughters.com and buckyballmusic.com.