Our collaborators are critical and creative practitioners of all stripes, hailing from the Bay Area and points across the country and globe.
Sarah Cargill is a Bay Area performing artist, freelance curator and cultural organizer aiming to implement socially relevant and culturally accessible avenues to classical music training and live performance within working-class and queer communities of color. She is a fierce advocate for queer people of color visibility and leadership in classical music and believes in the power of artistic resistance to create social change. Sarah is one of San Francisco Queer Cultural Center’s 2015-2016 grantees and currently performs in self-produced solo and chamber ensemble projects including Drawing Lineage, Building Legacy (2016), an intergenerational QTPoC-centered chamber music project showcased at the 19th Annual National Queer Arts Festival. She has appeared as a soloist in numerous productions including Queer Rebels and SOMArts Cultural Center’s The News.