Sarah Langford is a native of Toronto, and is the Founder and Artistic Director of Wavestage Theatre Company. Praised as both an exceptional performer and an empowering teacher, Sarah is devoted to promoting a deeper understanding of artistry and self-expression. Reviewers laud her as “vocally impressive and dramatically convincing,” while students describe her teaching as “creative,” “energetic,” and “inspiring.”
Sarah has had a wide variety of performance experience from the operatic stage to music theatre forum. She has performed in leading operatic roles across Europe and in North America. In addition, Sarah has been a guest soloist for the Vatican and a soloist for the Billy Graham ministry. She has two solo vocal recordings. Her favourite musical theatre roles to date have been Little Women (Marmee), The Sound of Music (Maria) and My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle)
Sarah holds degrees in Psychology, Voice Performance Voice Pedagogy and Operatic Performance. She is a member of the National Association Teachers of Singing. Sarah is a recipient of the Celebration of Women Performance Award, a three time winner of the Johnson Cultural Achievement Award, as well as the recipient of numerous civic awards for her contributions to the arts in York Region. She has been recognized recognized by our Prime Minister for her contributions to arts education.