Ever wonder what it’s like to play at the Bronze? Just ask the latest addition to Whedonopolis 2016, George Sarah!
An electronic composer and multi-instrumentalist, the talented George Sarah has been a mainstay on the Los Angeles music scene since 1985. Known locally for his records, his film scores, and his work in television, Sarah is also globally known for scoring the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
His involvement with the Whedonverse began in 1999 when his music appeared in the first season of “Angel.” That same year, Sarah himself appeared and performed in season four of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” as part of the fictional band Shy. Later he would appear in season six as the conductor at Xander and Anya’s Wedding.
In 2002, Sarah released “Music for Elevators,” a collaborative album including a song written by Joss Whedon and featuring the vocal talents of Anthony Stewart Head, James Marsters, Amber Benson, and Alyson Hannigan.
Sarah has released 10 albums and appeared on over 40 compilations. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/GeorgeSarahMusic