Mezzo-soprano Sarah Lynch is a Los Angeles native and has been a member of the LA Master Chorale since 2011. She was honored to record Eric Whitacre’s powerful, personal work, The Sacred Veil, with her LAMC colleagues in January of 2020, following its concert premiere at Walt Disney Concert Hall. In 2019 Sarah was also among the soloists in LAMC’s premiere of Dale Trumbore’s work, How to Go On. Other southern California ensembles with which Sarah has been active in concert and recording include Prism Ensemble, Constellation, The Golden Bridge, Clarion, and the choir at St. James’ in the City.
Sarah’s recent session credits include the HBOMax miniseries Aquaman: King of Atlantis, the video game, League of Legends, and the films, Jungle Cruise, Mulan, Underwater, Superintelligence, Frozen 2, The Lion King, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Sarah also works as an orchestrator, arranger, and in music prep for film, television and media. Recent orchestration projects include the films, Snake Eyes and Hotel Transylvania 4. She holds two degrees in Piano Performance, and studies voice with soprano, Renee Sousa.