"Untitled" on Exclaim! TV
Exclaim! TV caught up with Neufeld before her performance at the Drake Hotel in November, where the composer treated us with a performance of a new and yet-to-be-titled piece which will likely be on her upcoming solo album. You can watch the performance below.
Filmed and edited by Katherine Kwan
Second camera by Roberto Granados-Ocon
Sarah Neufeld - Untitled (LIVE on Exclaim! TV) by ExclaimTV
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