Sarah Luzietti is a Jazz/Blues songwriter and vocalist. Since age 11, Sarah has studied voice and music. At age 14 she was admitted at Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington D.C. as a theater and music student.
At Duke Ellington, Sarah sang and played trumpet for the New Washingtonians Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Davey Yarborough. Her talent and hard work, gave her the opportunity to perform for artists like Denyce Graves, and at venues like Blues Alley and The Kennedy Center, where she opened for Dave Chapelle with the New Washingtonians small ensemble. A recipient of the Zunz scholarship for exceptional performance and graduating at the top of her class, Sarah went on to attend the Boston Conservatory classical vocal program in 2007, where she studied for two years.
|Berklee College of Music||2012|
After transferring to Berklee College of Music in 2010, she graduated summa cum laude, with a Bachelors Degree in Music Business. While at Berklee, Sarah was awarded the opportunity to perform in Maggi Scotts Jazz vocal showcase every semester that she was in attendance as well as performing in the Spring, 2010 Singer’s Showcase. In her second year at Berklee Sarah was awarded the Since graduating, Sarah has worked on her own music and strived to develop herself as an independent artist. She recently received a certificate of completion from the Musicians Institute for writing, recording, mixing and mastering her first EP Bad Behavior. Her sultry and powerful voice and writing style cannot be denied.
|2014||Bad Behavior||Original Music Composer|
|2012||Nick James: Commrades||Co-Writer|