This week we are featuring Sarah Solovay, Class of ’16!
Prior to attending Yale, Sarah was already a rising young singer-songwriter in the New York music industry, having written the Grammy-recognized single “Gone.” Her music had been used in TV shows like 90210 and The Lying Game and films like Joe Dante’s The Hole. In 2010, she even opened for John Mayer and Train on the “Battle Studies World Tour” and sold out Rockwood Music Hall herself in NYC. One year later, she was featured in the New York Times.
In 2013, Sarah decided to take a break from her burgeoning music career to attend Yale as an American Studies major with a focus on Audio and Video Performance Culture. During college, she was listed as one of ten finalists in the 2013 Emerging Artist Competition.
Since graduating, Sarah has been featured in Substream Magazine, her single “Trick Me” reached #7 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 playlist, and her single “Rough Draft” has received playtime on Sirius XM.
We can’t wait to see what other amazing things this DPort alum achieves in the future!
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