One of Canada’s rising composers, Sauvé MacBean was born in Southern Alberta and now resides between Toronto, ON and Edmonton, AB. She completed her Bachelor of Music at MacEwan University, with a major in Composition. She has studied under renowned Canadian composer Dr. Allan Gilliland, Kent Sangster, sought after film composer John McMillan, Chandelle Rimmer, and Dr. William (Bill) Richards.
Sauvé was commissioned by MacEwan University in 2017 to write the showcase piece for the grand opening of Allard Hall, the new Fine Arts building. She has also written music for hip hop artists, pop groups, solo instruments, choir, wind ensemble, big band, orchestra, musicals and film. Her music has been performed all over Canada and the United States. Some of the artists Sauvé has worked with include K-Riz, X62 (Ten 62), MacEwan Showcase bands, Paul Woida & MacEwan Big Band.
In spring 2018 Sauvé assisted composer George Blondheim with Don Metz, President of Aquila Productions, VP Oilers Entertainment Group, for the Team of the Century Edmonton Oilers celebration at Rogers Place, Edmonton AB.
In addition to her busy writing schedule Sauvé also works as a live and studio vocalist. Her versatile background allows her to blend into any genre of music. She sings as a backup vocalist for The Melisizwe Brothers, joining on their 2018 Canadian Tour. She is a backup vocalist for hip hop artist K-Riz, The HonorRoll Collective, and is one of the lead singers for X62.