Sarah Bob, piano, 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. A strong advocate for new music and considered a “superstar” by National Sawdust, she is the founding director of the New Gallery Concert Series, devoted to commissioning and uniting new music and contemporary visual art with their creators. The goal, her strong suit, is to introduce music in a loving, inclusive, and intoxicating way. Her most recent solo album, ...nobody move..., a selection of NGCS commissioned solo piano works from over the past twenty years, has quickly received international acclaim and is considered “a must listen” by the BBC Magazine. 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. Sarah is an original member of Radius Ensemble as well as her piano/percussion group, Primary Duo, and maintains accolades ranging from top prizewinner of Holland’s International Gaudeamus Competition to New England Conservatory’s Outstanding Alumni Award. Sarah holds her own teaching studio and is on faculty at the Longy School of Music of Bard College. For more information, please go to sarahbob.net.