Sarah Homeh has her Bachelor Degree with Honours (Class 1) in Music from the University of New South Wales. She is a vocalist, plays the upright and electric bass, a lyricist, and a composer. She has been mentored by some of the finest musicians in Sydney including:
Since 2017 Sarah has performed around Sydney’s Inner West at popular venues such as Lazybones and Camelot Lounge, and for various festivals such as Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival, Manly Jazz Festival, and even venturing out to Perth for the Perth Fringe Festival. She has also undertaken work as a soloist and has performed at markets/festivals, cafes, and bars around Sydney’s city and Inner West.
The Butchers – Since 2016
Michael Wheatley’s Dirty Carpet Disco Band – Since 2017
The John Hardaker Direction – Since 2018
Monstress - Since 2019
Although primarily focused on jazz in her musical studies she also enjoys funk, soul, RnB, and the blues. These genres influence her compositional style and this can be noticeably heard in her band Monstress’ debut EP, released late 2020. This release involved writing, recording, and performing original musical material, which placed her in the position of band leader and manager. In this position she developed her interpersonal skills as she had to liaise with artists, producers, sound engineers, and venue managers.