Sarah Mullins is a NYC-based, Canadian-born drummer and percussionist, who also sings and writes music.
She plays drums regularly with Musical Improv Comedy shows Baby Wants Candy, Shamilton, Vern, and Your Love, Our Musical! She recorded “A Seastar is Born” Live from Murmrr with Offbook! Musical Improv Podcast, and A Very Improvised Holiday Musical with Vern, for Audible.
Sarah toured Germany and Great Britain as a drummer and backing vocalist for Gabrielle Sterbenz and Lady Danger, as the opening band for Wheatus in 2019. She also does regular mini-tours in the U.S. east coast with Shamilton.
Sarah is featured on marimba and triangles on Michael Eaton’s album, Dialogical (Destiny Records), percussion in Anne Leilehula Lanzilotti’s in manus tuas (New Focus Recordings), and as a member of Gamelan Dharma Swara in Nerissa Campbell’s After the Magic (Crooked Mouth Music).
She has been the percussionist with Periapsis Music and Dance since their inaugural season in 2013, and performed many solo percussion pieces with dance, including a featured performance at Jacob’s Pillow in 2017.
Sarah is a member of Saiban, a chamber Balinese gamelan ensemble based in PA. For the past several years, she has been singing music from the Republic of Georgia, with NYC’s Georgian choir, Supruli. In 2018, she participated in a song study tour, in Georgia and the Maçahel region of Turkey, learning polyphonic folk music from various song masters.
Sarah is a graduate of CUNY Queens College, The Glenn Gould School, and McGill University.