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Karla Donehew-Perez, Violinist, Catalyst Quartet

Uncovered album cover

Catalyst Quartet violinist Karla Donehew-Perez sits down with Sarah Tuttle to discuss "Uncovered," the quartet's new multi-volume project that celebrates music written by black composers. Their latest release is the first volume of the anthology and it features works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

Sarah Tuttle has been making music since she was small, and her interests reach from the Pre-Baroque era to the music being written today. Most recently, she spent three years in Germany living and working as an opera singer, where she was able to perform a wide variety of repertoire, from Handel to Humperdinck, Bizet to Wagner. Sarah has called Maine her home state since she was ten, where she's since made music with more than a few local ensembles, including the Down East Singers and the Bowdoin Chorus.