THE 2016 SARAH AWARDS CEREMONY!

Thanks to all who came out for our first ever Sarah Awards Ceremony held on Friday, April 1 at WNYC's Jerome L. Greene Performance Space. The inestimable Glynn Washington of Snap Judgment was the Master of Ceremonies and featured performances by Batala NYC and Radiotopia's The Heart. The winners received $3750 in cash prizes. Academic Federal Credit Union provided the money for the winners and KCRW provided the award money for "Best New Artist" and travel money so winners who traveled from all over the world could join us. Special thanks also goes to: Public Radio Exchange (PRX), WNYC's Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, Catskill Brewery, Yonkers Brewing Co., Butter & Scotch, and many others who helped make the evening the best siren call to the latest audio revolution. All photos by Dana Maxson.

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