Sarina Haggarty is an inspirational figure for many. With the wide amount of support and fans, Sarina has performed in sold out venues in her hometown such as London Music Hall and Aeolian Hall. Successfully selling out London Ontario’s top venues, Sarina has released two EP’s. “Missing Pieces” in 2016 and her sophomore EP “Compass” in 2018. Sarina’s music branches out into every genre possible. She has had encounters with artists such as Sarah Smith, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Lennon & Maisy Stella, Kim Churchill, George Fox, Tyler Shaw, Shawn Mendes and Mark Schulman.
As Sarina was a Make-A-Wish patient, and had the opportunity to perform an original song at Quicken Loans Arena during a sold out Shawn Mendes concert in Cleveland. Her wish became an aspiration worldwide and as Make-A-Wish celebrates their 40th anniversary, a PSA was released and featured her angelic voice throughout the video recorded in LA.
Being involved with London Music Office, FCLMA, (Jack Richardson Music Awards - Winning Fan Favourite 2018), Western Fair, Bethany’s Hope Foundation, London Arts Council, London Celebrates Canada, Epilepsy Support SWO, LHSC, she always uses her music ability to raise money for various charities in any way possible. Sarina frequently gets interviewed on National Radio stations and has had many articles written on her journey. Radio stations such as Country 104, CFPL 980, 103.1 Fresh Fm, Fm 96.7, Jack Fm, CBC London, Easy 101 and CHYM 96.7. Starting local, she then ended up live on air with Niall Boland on Classic Hits 94-105FM in Dublin, Ireland. She has shared her journey with companies such as CTV, London Health Science Centre, CBC, CORUS and Rogers.
As an MIA graduate, Sarina recently released 2 singles produced by Moe Berg and engineered by Rob Nation called “Want You so Bad” and “Meant to Be”. She also co-wrote and worked with a producer named Alex Emrich, releasing “Not Over You Yet” which was mixed by Dan Brodbeck. Her music has gained attention from many in the music industry for her soulful songs that are beyond her years. She is looking forward to releasing her third EP, recorded in EMAC Recording Studios in London, Ontario.