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Sarah Lucas-Page is an award winning composer who has dedicated her life to the art of music, activism, and continually pushing the boundaries of her creative expression. She has been creating and performing new clarinet music with a purpose to help fight injustice and bring awareness to issues within the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as women and neurodivergent people. Lucas-Page also holds a passion for education and creating music for educational purposes. She strives to help create and promote new music for solo clarinet that is accessible for new clarinetists as well as undergraduate students. 


Lucas-Page has written many pieces for different musicians and groups including the Arizona State University Wind Bands, Thomas Sanders, Yareli Bailon, and Dr. Julia Lougheed. In 2018, she won the Maricopa Artist of Promise composition for her piece The Four Seasons: Movement IV From Green to Orange. This movement was then premiered in April 2019 at the Herberger Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona. Lucas-Page was selected to be a composer in residence in the Arizona State Wind Band program for the 2021-2022 school year. This collaboration made way for a new wind band piece Waves, which she composed working with (at the time) graduate conducting assistant Dylan Maddix. 


The amazing collaboration with Thomas Sanders created the new piece Queer Language. This piece is written for a unique clarinet quartet of Eb, Bb, basset horn, and bass clarinet. Sanders commissioned this piece to be a part of his doctoral dissertation work by commissioning new music by queer composers about queer topics. This piece premiered at the 2021 International Clarinet Association conference in Reno, NV. In 2023, Dr. Julia Lougheed commissioned a new piece by Lucas-Page, Women's Rights Are Human Rights. This piece is for a solo clarinetist (playing Bb clarinet and bass clarinet) with fixed audio and visual media. Lougheed premiered this piece at the 2023 International Clarinet Association conference in Denver, CO. Lougheed is also touring this piece during the 2023 - 2024 school year at different colleges and universities across the country. The premiere of this piece led to the 2023 consortium by Morii Duo of her new piece Synchronizing Personas for bass clarinet duo with fixed media. This consortium currently has ten members including; Henry McNamara, Margali Grenier, and the duos Quantum Spawn and Egide Duo. 


Lucas-Page completed an associates degree of art at Glendale Community college studying clarinet with Dr. Stefanie Gardner and composition with Dr. Thomas Breadon. She finished her bachelor’s in music composition at Arizona State University where she studied with Dr. Jody Rockmaker, Dr. Alex Temple, and Dr. Gabriel Bolanos. While at ASU, she also did extensive studying of the clarinet with Dr. Joshua Gardner and Dr. Robert Spring. Lucas-Page is currently pursuing her master's degree in composition at Western Washington University studying with Dr. Charles Halka. 

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