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Sarah Jerrom's Dream Logic | The Apple Tree Carol

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The Apple Tree Carol

by Sarah Jerrom's Dream Logic

Sarah Jerrom is a vocalist, composer, arranger and songwriter specializing in jazz and creative/experimental music.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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Album Notes
Sarah Jerrom - vocals & arrangement
Ashley St. Pierre- vocals
Harley Card- guitar
Rob McBride- bass
Jeff Luciani- drums

Recorded on April 8, 2018 at WOW! Recording Studio & Creative Music Space in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Recorded and mixed by Joe Lapinski
Mastered by Jeff "Fedge" Elliott
Produced by Sarah Jerrom & Joe Lapinski
Cover art by Stephanie Lake

Dream Logic is a contemporary jazz quartet featuring music written and arranged for the group by Sarah Jerrom and other members of the band. Modern yet respectful of tradition. Explorative yet with pop sensibilities. Music and lyrics from the HEART. New album set for release in 2019.

“We really love Sarah’s stunning sophisticated jazz… the style is powerful, stirring yet gentle and very subtle… Sarah’s feel and experience is evident and shows in a very confident way…” – Peter Merrett – Programming Director, PBS 106-7FM Melbourne, Australia

Sarah Jerrom is a vocalist, composer, arranger and songwriter specializing in jazz and creative music. Sarah has composed and arranged instrumental and vocal music for various projects, most recently including her own nine-piece chamber jazz group, “The Yeats Project”. Featuring Sarah’s compositions and orchestrations set to the poetry of W.B. Yeats with Sarah herself on vocals, “The Yeats Project” is Sarah’s second full-length album and her first album to completely feature her own original music. This project, as well as Sarah’s debut album, “Illuminations” (2007), encompassing original compositions, jazz-inspired arrangements of contemporary songs and traditional jazz standards, has received widespread media attention and international radio airplay.

“It was the arranging which struck me when I first heard the (Yeats Project’s) music back in 2012; the poems lend themselves to beautiful, lush treatments, and Sarah uses the ensemble’s nine instruments to great effect. The result is contemporary sounding but still tuneful, an interesting mix of chamber music and improvisation; Sarah’s impressive vocals soar over top.” – Josh Grossman – Artistic Director, Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival

Headliner performances at concert venues across Ontario include Brock University’s Centre For The Arts, The Music Gallery, The Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre in The Four Seasons Centre For The Performing Arts, as well as many of Toronto’s top jazz clubs. Jazz festival performances include the 2018 and 2015 Niagara Jazz Festival, the 2012 and 2009 Lakefield Jazz Festival and the 2007 Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival. Sarah has performed with renowned jazz artists such as Mike Murley, Ingrid Jensen, Maggi Olin, Carnatic-fusion guitarist Prasanna as well as many other notable musicians; she has sung with Alex Samaras’ vocal group, GREX. Sarah’s awards include the Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival’s 2013 Special Project Initiative for “The Yeats Project”. Her arrangement of the Irish traditional song, "She Moved Through The Fair", was presented at the 2017 International Symposium for Jazz Composers and Arrangers at the University of South Florida. She is the winner of the 2017 Niagara Music Awards’ “World Artist” category.

“… Jerrom sounds best when she is free of traditional confines.” – Robert Rusch, Cadence Magazine

Sarah earned her Bachelor of Music in jazz voice at the University of Toronto, where she was the recipient of the Margaret E. Read Jazz Scholarship and studied with some of Canada’s most esteemed jazz musicians, including Andrew Downing, Heather Bambrick, Christine Duncan, Terry Promane, and Phil Nimmons.



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