Multiplicity Music Studio

Multiplicity Music Studio Promoting music education and performance of all genres to people of all ages. Professional services are also available. Born and raised in Asheville, NC, Sarah Fowler has been performing since the age of 5.

She is a 2003 graduate of Enka High School in which she was very active in choir and in band. While in high school, she was a member of All-County Band and Choir, All-District Band, All-State Choir. She was also the accompanist for the Choral Program. Sarah went on to pursue a music degree at Mars Hill College (now Mars Hill University). As a Piano Major and Flute Minor, she served as the primary accompanist for the Chamber Singers, an elite group of vocalists chosen to perform at special on and off campus events. She was also the principal flautist for the MHC Wind Symphony and Theatre Department. Sarah’s professional appearances include the US Army Field Band (2004), the J. Ellwood Roberts Choral Festival at Mars Hill College (2007-Pianist), the Asheville Lyric Opera (2008 Gala), the Asheville Community Theatre (2012-Present), and Asheville’s Vocal Blast (co-director/founder). She is the Artistic Director for the Multiplicity Summer Concert Series and the Hope in Harmony Concert Series. Ms. Fowler is the current Director of Music Ministries at the First Presbyterian Church in Weaverville, and has been directing church choirs for 8 years. She is the former Choir Director for the annual Marshall Christmas Pageant. Her choral conducting and advanced piano accompanying skills have placed her in high demand in Buncombe County in many different capacities. She currently accompanies for several local schools including Owen Middle, Valley Springs Middle, and North Buncombe Middle School. She is also a beginning flute consultant for several Buncombe County Schools. Sarah is a member of the Asheville Community Band where she also serves as the President Elect and the PR Representative. In her spare time, she teaches color guard at Enka High School (Candler, NC) and Batesburg-Leesville High School (near Columbia, SC). She currently resides in West Asheville with her hound dog, Layla.


It's the time again! Join us at 11am this Saturday, June 2nd at the First Presbyterian Church of Weaverville for our Annual Spring Recital!


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Excited that my students will be performing a wide variety of rep at their recital this coming Saturday.
Selecting the Right Repertoire for Your Piano Students

Excited that my students will be performing a wide variety of rep at their recital this coming Saturday.

By Jane Magrath I am often asked, “How do you go about selecting repertoire for your students?” Most pieces that a student plays have a clear place in the progression and sequence of music that per…

National Association for Music Education
National Association for Music Education

National Association for Music Education

"Our society desperately needs to value more than just academic abilities. Our children have unlimited potential and so much more to offer than just good test grades. Music exemplifies these other capacities — intuition, practical skills and creativity, to name a few. Make no mistake: all of our children’s growth will be stunted without music in their lives as part of their school day."

Via The Music Parent's Guide

I Know That My Redeemer Liveth (Handel) — Choir of New College, Oxford

:: April 13, 1742 ::

Handel's "Messiah (HWV 56)" is a three parts work that first premiered 275 years ago today in Dublin.

In Part I, the Messiah's coming and the virgin birth are predicted by the Old Testament Prophets.

Part II covers Christ's passion - His death, resurrection and ascension - concluding with th infamous "Hallelujah Chorus." (Bet you thought this was actually part of the Christmas Portion, didn't you?)

Part III begins with the promise of redemption, followed by a prediction of the day of judgment and the "general resurrection", ending with the final victory over sin and death and the acclamation of Christ.

The soprano Aria 'I Know That My Redeemer Liveth,' from the third part of Handel's Messiah. Performed by eleven-year-old Henry Jenkinson, then a chorister in...

Bernstein on Mozart

A genius talking about a genius. #Wednesday

Bernstein uses Mozart's Symphony # 40 in G minor to illustrate the how tonal music theory is actually the interaction of two oppositional forces i.e. chromat...

1080p HD "Good Morning" - Singin' in the Rain (1952)

The classic movie musical, "Singing in the Rain," was released 65 years ago today. It's still just as wonderful as it ever was. GOOD MORNIN'🌞

"Good Morning" [Originally Written for Garland & Rooney's 1939 film, Babes In Arms] Words by Arthur Freed Music by Nacio Herb Brown Lyrics: Good mornin', goo...


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