Dear Readers and Potential Collaborators,

I am Sara and I would like to share personally with you some considerations about how I work as an artist and some of my personal and professional beliefs. I am interested in working with people and contributing to their artistic expression with my music. My music is made uniquely to enforce the creative ideas of a certain performance/situation. Are you a musician, a choreographer or a director looking for a composition that is especially made for you? You are in the right place.

In order to understand your needs, I need to have an idea about what you are looking for, the destination, the relevant technical implications, the time schedule of the project and the budget. After evaluating these things with you I am able to decide whether I can take this project or not. We are all human beings and we are all subject to time, energy, stress, change of ideas, mood and emotions. We can recover from energy loss, recover from stress, improve bad ideas and turn them into successful ones, work on our inner sphere while time goes away inevitably and it is not possible to recover.

I believe that a good ethic, respect, honor and good communication are the fundamentals of a positive working relationship. Everybody, especially in the art forms, is entitled to change, modify, adjust ideas to present to the audience the best version of their artistic outcome. My job is extremely related to other people one's so it is located in a real ecosystem. I am always working hard on myself to develop as a person, as an artist and as a professional. Things will develop with me through time and experience but I like to keep some guidelines to discipline myself and feed the passion I have for what I do everyday since forever.

I invite you to check my online portfolio and my artistic approach before contacting me. I do accept only projects I am interested in and if I have time for full commitment. I tend to follow up all my works from the beginning to the end and also further developments: from initial ideas, the first sketches/drafts to the complete scores or tracks, rehearsals, performances and I also pay attention to documentation. Therefore, I have a parental attitude towards my creations. I want to control of my music and make sure it is used in situations that do not go against my principles as an artist, as a person and as a professional.

Thank you very much for reading,

Sara