Montreal is host to a plethora of musical talent. Today’s Discover features an up and coming vocalist, budding into the music scene in any way she can. Sara Diamond began singing at a very young age, for her mother’s record label for children. With classic children’s songs like “Old MacDonald Had A Farm” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, she practiced her voice and began singing lessons the year after. By age 11 she realized she was on to something special, and began pursuing interests in a professional career.
So far, North America has witnessed shades of her talent, with her performances of the Canadian and American national anthems at the home games for the Montreal Canadiens for the past couple of years. She has also performed at many venues, including Place des Arts, Apartment 200 as well as several charities and galas. Her next performance will be at Brass Dooron on December 15th!
What distinguishes Sara Diamond from other singers/songwriters is her emotion she puts into her work.
“I’ve been through quite a few experiences in my almost 21 years, and those experiences channel into my music. Even if I’ve written a song about a friend and something he or she is going through, I am able to connect to it in a way that touches my own emotions”
We all know the healing power of raw emotional music. Sara knows this too, and her goal is to spread her emotion through her music, and reach people who can be helped by it and access the emotions their searching for.
Lately, she’s been taking her work ethic to the next level, with tons of new music in progress. Currently in London, England, she’s in the process of making some awesome collabs with some fantastic musicians, and taking everything in. Her focus for the next year will be touring, where she can show her new music to the world.
“It has taught me to be resilient, focused, curious, and educated. It’s easy to fall into the trap of “I just want to make music and be me”. Everyone is trying to do that…you have to find what gives you an edge”
There’s a certain kind of connection a musician or artist has when they grow into the industry. Maturing into that has taught Sara Diamond a lot about her passions and what she wants out of her music. Connecting with people all over has left her humble and motivated to achieve her goals.
“Before I fully stepped into the music industry, I battled with that desire, and tried to stay on the straight and narrow path, keeping music as a hobby. But once I dove in, I realized that it was where I was supposed to be.”
Any producers looking to collaborate with Sara should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.. She’s interested in working with all kinds of genres and styles. Also check out her links below!