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SASHA JOHNSON MANNING  

(b 1963 )

Sasha Johnson Manning studied singing, cello and piano at the Royal Academy of Music in London and has travelled extensively throughout Europe, the United States and Israel singing with many groups, notably the Deller Consort, and now loves to sing on BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service and with the Early Music Group, Partita. She began composing at the age of seven when her mother showed her how to notate the tunes in her head and since that time, she has written countless anthems, carols and songs and held the post of composer-in-residence for the St Louis Chamber Chorus in Missouri for eight years. She has composed for Emma Kirkby, James Bowman, Holly Marland, Lynne Dawson, John Turner and the London Baroque, and lives in Bowdon, Cheshire, where she directs the Parish Church choir.

Role: Classical Composer 
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