Sarah Levine Simon, Soprano, has enjoyed a dual career as a musician and writer. Among her solo and recital appearances: Weil Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Joseph Astman International Series at Hofstra University, Aspen Opera Theater. She has sung the difficult soprano solo repertory such as Bach 51, Allesandro Scarlattiís Cantata for soprano, trumpet, “Su le Sponde del Tebro,” Lukas Foss’ “Time Cycle,” David Gagne’s: “Songs of Orpheus” with orchestras and ensembles throughout the United States and Europe. Her writing credits include “Bernardo’s Farewell,” a story for orchestra, actress Tovah Feldshuh and others, produced with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, with the Manhattan Chamber Symphonia under the baton of Glen Cortese; Commissions from Plays for Living, Inc. (playsforliving.com). She shares an honorable mention for film writing from Montage Home Box Office with novelist Kathryn Rockwell Lawrence for a screenplay entitled, “Killer.” She trained her voice at Oberlin Conservatory, The Juilliard School of Music and privately with Uta Graf, Laurel Miller and Beatrice Krebs and was the recipient of a Kathryn Long Grant from the Metropolitan Opera. In addition, she holds a BA in literature and writing from Columbia University and is a candidate for an MPH at Columbia. She has taught at Brooklyn College, Baruch, New York Institute of Technology, Mid-town YMWHA, Dutchess Community College, and has a studio of private voice students in New York City and in Poughkeepsie, NY.

Call: 845.485.9829

email: sarah@sarahlevinesimon.com