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"Ms. Whittemore was exceptional in her solo role, not only exceptional as a singer, but for her stylistic understanding... a crystalline clarity, a humble sincerity and a child-like innocence that simply enchanted."


- Jeffrey Williams , New York Concert Review; NYC

Sarah Whittemore originally hails from Greensboro, North Carolina. Growing up, her passion and talent for singing was apparent, whether in touring children’s choirs, cantoring at church, or singing in her own jazz trio. 


For the past 14 years, she has called Central Florida her home, establishing herself as a premiere live and studio vocalist. Sarah’s signature silky sound can be heard in the world-renowned a cappella group, Voctave. In 2016, Voctave’s collaboration with Pentatonix’s Kirstin Maldonado went viral. The video currently has over 29 million views. Voctave’s most recent album, “The Corner of Broadway and Main Street Vol. 2” was released in 2020, charting as high as #3 on iTunes. Sarah’s other a cappella accolades stem from her 14 year career as a cast member with the Voices of Liberty at Walt Disney World. During her time at Disney, she was a part of numerous high profile special events, including her role as Winifred Sanderson in the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular.

In addition to her work with Disney, Sarah is a highly sought after entertainer, lending her velvety vocals as a guest artist with the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra and as a featured soloist for the world premiere of, “Appalachian Winter/A Bluegrass Christmas” at Carnegie Hall in 2017. 


While Sarah loves live performance, her talents extend to the studio as well. She has made a name for herself as a veteran of the session world, singing for hundreds of projects. Highlights include recordings for Tokyo Disney Sea, Tokyo Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Hong Kong Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, EPCOT, Magic Kingdom, Universal Studios Japan, Purina Dog Show, Nickelodeon, Philadelphia Cherry Blossom Festival, Motiongate Dubai, Hal Leonard, Excelcia Music Publishing, Timeless Psalter & Commentary Project, and albums for Jon Anderson of “Yes” and Broadway’s Marty Thomas.

Sarah’s most recent project “Love Song” EP released on February 5th, 2021. It marks her debut as a solo artist and showcases her vocal jazz bona fides. Guest artists include L.A. vocal dynamo, Tim Davis, vocal jazz quartet, Resolve, and a cappella favorite, Voctave. Sarah lives in Orlando with her husband Scott and two miniature dachshunds. 


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