Sarah Thawer

Sarah Thawer is a drummer based in Toronto, Canada. She started playing drums at age 2, and is currently freelancing, touring, recording and performing with international artists playing various genres including jazz, fusion, latin, gospel, funk, r&b, hip hop, indian and world music. She studied jazz and world music at York University and was the recipient of the Oscar Peterson Scholarship, the highest award given by the institution, in addition to graduating with the Summa Cum Laude distinction.
Sarah has shared the stage and played with many popular artists including AR Rahman, Robert Sput Searight, Jane Bunnett and Maqueque, Ruth B, Osman Mir, Natalie Di Luccio, Genevieve Marientette, Re.verse, Salim-Sulaiman, Benny Dayal and Funktuation, Shweta Subram, Thompson Egbo-Egbo, Maria Mulata, Karthik, Grisha Goryachev, Roger and Sam Grandison, S S Thaman, Steve Koven, Vijay Prakash to name a few.