Recording artist/performer, UK
Recording artist and performer Sara Kempe released her debut album last year. She is signed to Goldust and EMI Records and has worked closely with The Celtic Manor and The European Golf Tour having recorded a song for Ryder Cup 2010 called Let Me Fly (Where Dragons Play), which was specially written for her by composer Ben Robbins. It is the first time that there has been a song specifically written for golf’s Ryder Cup.
Despite her youth, Sara has gained a considerable amount of live experience already having sung at home and abroad at a number of highly prestigious events. These include gigs in Pakistan and Abu Dhabi, in front of Royal Families and Nobel Laureates and in the UK Sara has performed at a number of key events including the Wales Open golf gala dinner at the Celtic Manor, Blenheim Palace and Chepstow Racecourse (for the Coral Welsh Grand National).
She recently performed with household names in the music industry on the Classical Relief for Haiti charity single, The Prayer. The single raised both awareness and funds to help those who suffered in the Haitian disaster. In addition to her love of music, Sara has a passion for horses, being a talented show-jumper and horse trainer.