Sara Rahman is a British-Algerian interdisciplinary composer, musician and researcher who classically trained in cello and voice. She graduated in 2022 from the Superior Music Conservatory of Catalunya (ESMUC) with a Masters in Film Composition.
Sara works with voice, electronics, field recordings, found audio, and smaller ensembles as well as large group compositions. She has received commissions from Delfina Foundation, Sculpture International Rotterdam, and Sound and Music, to create works for radio and composition alongside releasing on 3024.
Her work also leans towards soundtrack for film and curating a bimonthly residency on which invites new and exciting artists from the Arab and African diaspora to partake in the idea that ‘music forges communities.’
Beyond this, she also performs solo and in a collaboration with Francisco Morgan. Rahman will be presenting her commission from Sound and Music and British Music Collection for the Beyond the Edge exhibition at Heritage Quay on the 15th of November. 

13th of February: Short Cuts - Commission premiere on BBC Radio 4 
26th of February: Sound and Music & BMC commission online premiere and reacquisition into the Heritage Quay, Huddersfield archive. 
Last week of March: 'open exercise' performance at the Modern Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona, Spain for Lydia Ourahmane's show entitled '108 days.' 
26th of March: bimonthly residency show performance on, Greece.
WIP 'Quiet Hands' soundtrack for the narrative short by director Scar Wood