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Classically trained but with a pop folk influence SahReal pushes the envelope of classical/acoustic/pop to a new level. With powerful lyrics and delicate harmonies they have wooed audiences around the UK. The love of music underpinned by a creative drive has seen SahReal play with many established artists such as Scott Matthews, Yoav, Imelda May, and ROX. They have used their musicianship in order to enhance and fulfill their acoustic sound sets. SahReal consists of two sisters who interchange instruments, composition and vocals so readily as to develop a range of moods and styles. Rachel, 21 is studying violin at the Royal Northern College Of Music in Manchester where she studies under Thomas Kemp. Rachel has had many opportunities to work world-renowned musicians such as Evelyn Glennie and BBC Young Musician of the Year, Mark Simpson. Sarah, 19 will be studying music performance at Westminster University in London at the end of this year. Sarah has studied piano and violin from a young age, whose powerful and poignant song writing skills has propelled SahReal to the national final of the Live and Unsigned competition. Sarah’s song writing prowess helped SahReal to defeat 10,000 applicants, and their breathtaking performances have not gone unnoticed by leading experts in the music world. In the summer of 2009 SahReal were awarded the Make It Break It Winners 2009, a national song writing competition that was judged by music experts such as Chris Martin, Guy Moot, Steve Levine, XFM Radio, and Mark Radcliffe.

“ Sahreal effortlessly combine vocals, strings and piano, their voices are exceptional and the music and lyrics compliment each other perfectly”- Guy Moot, Head of Publishing at EMI

“ Sahreal make a really pretty, and accomplished sound”- Mark Radcliffe, Radio 2

“Wonderfully haunting”- Marsha Shandur XFM Radio