SARAH BAILEY is a well-known classical soprano in southern Maine. She has sung with: Maine Music Society (Beethoven: “Mass in C,” Mozart: “Requiem,” “Solemn Vespers KV 321”), White Mountain Bach Festival (multiple Bach cantatas), Midcoast Symphony Orchestra (Handel: “Messiah”), and many solo appearances with ChoralART, including soloist on tour in Europe (Schubert: “Mass in G”). Ms. Bailey has also had the honor of premiering two pieces featuring solo soprano: Nancy Gunn’s “Driving in Maine” and William Pardus’s “Four Songs of the Coast.”
In addition to singing, Ms. Bailey is a choral conductor and has served as a public school music educator for more than two decades. She is currently the director of choirs at Greely High School in Cumberland and Children’s Chorus Master for Opera Maine. She has also served as guest conductor with local organizations and at regional choral festivals.
Ms. Bailey holds a BM in Music Education from Houghton College and a MM in Choral Conducting from the University of Southern Maine. She lives in North Yarmouth with her husband Stuart and daughter Sofia.