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Sarah Tiedemann

Portland, OR      

Sarah Tiedemann serves as the Artistic Director of Third Angle New Music and as a member of the Oregon Ballet Theatre Orchestra. She has performed across North America, Europe, and Australia with groups including the Oregon Symphony, Swedish Radio Symphony, and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and at festivals including Chamber Music Northwest, the Britt Festival, the Astoria Music Festival, and the Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice. Sarah specializes in interpreting contemporary works and has appeared with Third Angle New Music, Northwest New Music, Cascadia Composers, and the Callithumpian Consort. She holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and the New England Conservatory and pursued postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden. Sarah has received national and international awards and fellowships from the U.S. Department of Education, the American-Scandinavian Foundation, and the American Women’s Club of Sweden and is a 3A Records recording artist. Also a skilled administrator, she previously served as Executive Director of Young Musicians & Artists (YMA), Communications Coordinator at Third Angle, and Marketing Director at Chamber Music Northwest. She is currently a faculty member at Lewis & Clark College and Portland State University.

Aaron Helgeson, An Island We Never Leave (excerpt)

Solo and accompaniment tracks performed by Sarah Tiedemann, flute
Recorded live by Third Angle New Music/Rod Evenson
October 2019 @ New Expressive Works in Portland, OR
Commissioned by Third Angle New Music with generous support from Betsy Russell

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Prismatics, composed by Phil Taylor – world premiere

Sarah Tiedemann, solo flute
Recorded live in 2011, Hudson Hall @ Willamette University

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Derek Jacoby, Flute Concerto, mvmt. III

Recorded live at Jordan Hall, Boston

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