Sara Feldmann Brummer



Sara curates the music strand for Tsitsit Jewish Fringe Festival, which launched in 2021. This year her role is expanding to include artist development, focusing on setting up mentoring and masterclass opportunities for emerging artists and supporting musicians to collaborate, and to create and develop new work.


As a concert soloist, Sara Feldmann Brummer has appeared at venues including the Barbican, St. Martin-in-the Fields, the Actors’ Church Covent Garden, the Austrian and Serbian Embassies and the National Portrait Gallery. Festivals include Corsham, Chester, Dartington and Norwich. She has collaborated with the pianist Kate Ryder, was a founding member of The Ismena Collective alongside cellist Mayda Narvey, and performed as the contemporary music duo Novitas with pianist Sophia Russell. Choral work has taken Sara to the Royal Festival Hall, the Royal Albert Hall and UK Arena tours.


Sara Feldmann Brummer curated a monthly cabaret show Sunday Cabaret (West End), with memorable special guests including Rachel Parris , Justin Brett and Maya Levy. Sara’s own cabaret highlights are appearances at Don’t Tell Mama (New York City) and London’s legendary RVT, as well as Battersea Barge, Rosemary Branch and The Hospital Club (West End). She was one half of the opera-crossover duo Two Dumb Blondes with soprano Marika Rauscher, and is a current member of a cappella vocal group The Kitchen Quartet. Recent KQ gigs have taken them to the Sunday Assembly, Tickled Bean Comedy Club, Tricity Vogue’s Ukulele Cabaret and Toulouse Lautrec. Plans for 2022 include an appearance at Duckie’s The Posh Club.


Sara Feldmann Brummer’s parallel career as a music educator has included singing consultancy services for Westminster Music and Arts Service, and a multi-faceted strategic role as Vocal Provision Manager for the Tri-borough Music Hub.  She taught singing at Pimlico Academy, London for 13 years and Early Years singing and drama for Stagecoach Performing Arts.

Music and Singing Consultancy services offered:

– Continuing Professional Development training for teachers and emerging specialist practitioners to improve and develop skills in teaching singing and leading choirs

– Mentoring and in-class support for school-based music teachers

– Vocal and Choral Leadership workshops

–  Supporting schools to embed high quality singing into a whole school curriculum