Sharon is a professional finger-wiggler, noise-maker, and overall troublemaker. She is most well-known for playing the piano. Sometimes she also gets mildly famous for being moderately funny on the internet.
As seen on your social media platform of choice, as well as in TIME, the Washington Post, the LA Times, the BBC, ABC, the Huffington Post, and a number of other outlets of varying degrees of trustworthiness. Originator of the unserious bio, which you can read here. Occasionally known for somewhat intelligent and insightful writing about the arts and other things. It’s very likely your grandma has never heard of her.
Watch and read several in-depth interviews with Sharon in which she discusses her recent releases, her musical journey, and her personal approach to music-making during a pandemic.
Haven’t you heard? There are none, because we are living through Historic Unprecedented Times. Please stay home.
See what Sharon is up to (and listen to her practicing progress) on Patreon, which is updated with a members-only post once a week.
Listen to Sharon’s new recording of Cécile Chaminade’s thrilling “Automne” on your preferred streaming service.