Sarina Haggarty will be performing outside on the Rotary Square Tuesday, June 6th from 5:30pm to 7pm.
Overcoming adversity has been part of Sarina Haggarty’s day-to-day for much of her life. So when a world-wide pandemic forced musicians to cancel gigs and stay home, Sarina did what she’s always done.
She got down to work and collaborated with inspiration artists and producers rehearsing and writing. Familiar favourites and her latest singles were a welcome respite to music-loving fans around the world.
Sarina has performed every live concert she could, and was especially happy to open for several CCMA events in London, Ontario.
These past 4 years, Sarina has been working in EMAC studio where she’s recorded her latest songs with producers Moe Berg, Dan Brodbeck, Dylan Emmet, Alex Emrich, and Nick Fetchison.
Winner of the Slaight Communications MIA Artist Development Award and the FCLMA’s Fan Favourite, Sarina works diligently at her craft and performance every single day.
She grew up performing, so when she sang an original alongside Shawn Mendes and Make-A-Wish for 22,000 fans, it felt like coming home. Her wish became an aspiration worldwide and as Make-A-Wish celebrated their 40th anniversary, a PSA was released with John Cena speaking and featured her angelic voice throughout the video recorded in LA.
Sarina regularly uses her music to serve others in the community with her melodic stylings, thoughtfully crafted songs, and her wicked sense of humour. Make-A-Wish, Bethany’s Hope, and London Health Sciences Centre are just a few of the charities that she supports with her music. A graduate of Fanshawe College’s Music Industry Arts Program, and with 2 EPs released, Sarina’s cross-over sound appeals to pop, indie, alternative and country audiences alike. Her music has gained attention from many in the music industry for her soulful songs that are beyond her years.
Recently, Sarina finished touring Canada and Europe, and recently released her full-album called “Waste Of Time”.