As we await the release of Sarah’s new album HYMN, we reflect back on her extraordinary career. We begin by celebrating some incredible highlights throughout the 70s and 80s.
Sarah made her theatrical debut in 1973 at the Piccadilly Theatre, London. She went on to spend the 1970s dancing in Pans People and to sing and dance as a part of Hot Gossip, where she was propelled to stardom with ‘I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper.’ This hit song reached number 6 on the UK Charts.
By the 1980s Sarah had graced the stage in memorable performances as part of the cast of Cats, The Pirates of Penzance and Masquerade.
Sarah became the muse for The Phantom of Opera and originated the role of Christine Daaé in London and on Broadway to worldwide acclaim. The original cast album has gone six times platinum in the US, twice platinum in the UK, 9 times platinum in Germany and 21 times platinum in Korea.
In 1989, Sarah began her career as a solo artist, releasing ‘The Trees They Grow So High’ and ‘The Songs That Got Away’… Next… Sarah’s career during the 1990s and 2000s.
HYMN will be released on November 9th.