Sarah Mullins is an NYC-based percussionist and drummer. She performs in chamber ensembles, orchestras, pop bands, musical improv comedy, as a soloist, and in collaboration with dancers. Sarah’s interests expand beyond Western art music, and she performs as a member of Balinese ensembles, Gamelan Dharma Swara (GDS) and Gamelan MEGA Surya, and sings with NYC’s Georgian choir, Supruli. She can be heard on Nerissa Campbell’s album After the Magic (Crooked Mouth Music, 2015) as a member of GDS, and is featured on the marimba in Michael Eaton’s album, Diaglogical (Destiny Records, 2017).
Sarah has led master classes in percussion and Balinese gamelan, lectured on graphic scoring and performance techniques, and has taught group lessons in percussion, African drumming, and bucket drumming. She regularly teaches private percussion and drum set lessons and music theory.
For more information, please see www.sarahmullins.info.