14 year old singer/songwriter selected for TODAY’s Stars of Tomorrow performance
Maria Sarah, 14 year-old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, will perform on the TODAY Show this coming Friday, March 15th.
Maria began performing as a singer and training in classical piano at four years old. By seven she was teaching herself guitar and soon incorporated mandolin into her repertoire. She has won countless talent contests and played for literally hundreds of festival, charity events and popular venues throughout her home state of Indiana and Tennessee.
After attending a writer’s conference at NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International), eleven-year-old, Maria wrote “Sometimes”, an inspirational song reviving hope that in time the answers will come. The piece was so compelling her parents knew it was time to enlist the aid of those who could help make Maria’s vision a reality.
Maria Sarah enrolled in an intense customized program at PCG Nashville, The Science of Artist Development where she continues to excelling in her development under the direction of music industry veteran, Bernard Porter.
“Maria Sarah is the essence of everything we look for in an artist. She enters the room and you know you’re in the presence of greatness. Her dedication to excellence is unwavering. It is truly an honor to have such an extraordinarily talented artist on our roster. It is time for the world to experience Maria Sarah,” states Bernard Porter, President and Founder of PCG Nashville.
A singer/songwriter bursting with promise, Maria is a gleaming example of everything that is right with the world. At fourteen years old she possesses a wisdom that isn’t limited by her short time on this earth. Thankfully, for those who have the privilege to experience it she has chosen to bare her soul through her music.
She writes with incomprehensible depth and poetry. Her voice pours from her beautiful, petite frame an unexpected surprise both powerful and gentle. She plays her instruments with well-honed skill from years of dedicated practice.
Maria Sarah is also scheduled to perform the National Anthem at the upcoming Road to the Horse event March 17 in Lexington, KY.
She recently released a self-titled pop album of her original songs available on iTunes as well as a world premiere video of her song “Sometimes” that can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSs0j7L9pBg.
For more info on Maria Sarah, visit www.mariasarah.com, find her on Twitter www.twitter.com/MariaSarahMusic and Face
Source: Webster & Associates