The English soprano, Sally Le Sage, studied at the Royal College of Music and with Pierre Bernac on a scholarship in Paris.
Sally Le Sage sang with Deller Consort from 1964 to 1967. In 1867 she won 1st Prize at the vocal concours in s'Hertogenbosch. Holland. She appeared in concerts throughout Britain, Europe and the USA, including at the Vienna, Aix, Ghent and Three Choirs Festivals. She also participated in Many BBC concerts and recitals. Other concert repertoire included L'Enfant et les Sortileges in Leeds with Simon Rattle; Haydn Nelson Mass at the Carnegie Hall, New York. USA; L.v. Beethoven's 9th for Dutch Television in Amsterdam; Mozart's C minor Mass at the Royal Festival Hall with Charles Groves; A Child of Our Time in Stockholm conducted by Michael Tippett; Messiah with the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester; Gustav Mahler's 8th Symphony at the Albert Hall in London. She had opera appearances with Scottish Opera: The Woodbird in Siegfried, Covent Garden and Glyndebourne; Teofane in George Frideric Handel's Ottone at Sadler's Wells Theatre; Ann Trulove in The Rake's Progress at Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Recordings include: Albums for Vanguard, Nonsuch, Harmonia Mundi, Oryx and RCA Victor (with Montserrat Caballé).
Sally Le Sage is Professor of Singing. Her hobbies: Painting; Crafts; Swimming; Gardening.