Pianist Sarah Bob, hailed as “sumptuous and eloquent” by the Boston Globe, is an active soloist and chamber musician noted for her charismatic performances, colorful playing and diverse programming. Considered a “trailblazer when it comes to championing the works of modern composers and combining art media in the process…” (Northeast Performer), she is founding director of the New Gallery Concert Series, a series that combines new music and new visual art along with their creators. The goal, her strong suit, is to introduce music in a loving, inclusive, and intoxicating way. Inspired by current events, she is also the creator of The Nasty Cooperative: numerous dialogue driven artistic events created to build community and help raise funds for organizations in need. She is an original member of Radius Ensemble, Primary Duo, and Firebird Ensemble and maintains accolades ranging from top prizewinner of Holland’s International Gaudeamus Competition to New England Conservatory’s Outstanding Alumni Award. Her most recent album, …nobody move… Commissions and Premieres for the New Gallery Concert Series, instantly received international acclaim, earning a place on the Boston Globe’s best of classical recordings list and ALBUM OF THE WEEK in National Sawdust among other accolades. Past roles include Director of Classical Music at the Stone Mountain Arts Center, 2019 Artist in Residence of The Music Mansion which won the 2019 Dorry Award for “Best Performance Series” during her time as curator, contributor to SONUS: A Journal of Investigation into Global Musical Possibilities, and arranger of an upcoming publication available through Carl Fischer Publishing of her solo piano rendition of Lee Hyla’s “My Life on the Plains.” Sarah holds degrees from the University of Michigan School of Music and the New England Conservatory, maintains her own private studio, and teaches “The Power of Art” as faculty at the Longy School of Music of Bard College. For more information, please go to www.sarahbob.net.