Sandra Gayer – Soprano
2015 has been an amazing year for blind Soprano, Radio Presenter and Voiceover artist Sandra Gayer. She was a Soprano Soloist in the opera, Magna Carta, The Freedom Game, which was first peformed at the Royal Albert Hall on 12 May, attended by HRH the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Composed by Hannah Conway with Libretto by Sir Richard Stilgoe and directed by Karen Gillingham, The Freedom Game celebrated the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta at Runnymede. Sandra had the opportunity to perform again at the Great Charter Festival, at Royal Holloway University on 14 June and at the major International Commemorative Event on 15 June at Runnymede where she was delighted to meet HRH Prince William.
Wishing Your Were Somehow Here Again
Oh! Quante Volte
We are delighted to present Sandra Gayer performing ‘Because We Believe” – (a song written for the closing ceremony of the 2006 winter Olympics) by Andrea Bocelli, David Foster and Amy Foster. Blind/visually impaired almost from birth, Soprano, Radio Presenter and Voiceover artist Sandra Gayer has learned to work exclusively in Braille, including of course, the use of Braille music.
“From all of us at The Royal British Legion Surrey, a huge thank you for the fantastic performances on 6th and 11th November. You were wonderful. We have received many phone calls praising “the charming young lady with the voice of an angel”.
Peter Wakeham. The Royal British Legion, Surrey.
More Photos of Sandra at the Royal British Legion Surrey
Sandra Performing at RUSH UK annual concert, 21 November. RUSH UK supporting the work of RUSH Kenya
Sandra was guest performer at the K&S Orchestra Concert, Newgrange, 28th November.
“Magnificent performance Sandra – with a standing ovation!” Amazing! – Gerry Kelly, Conductor.