Sara has performed with a number of ensembles in repertoire ranging from Ligeti’s Continuum to 14th century keyboard music.  She is a member of Sirinu with whom she has recorded the complete works of Henry Vlll for Chandos.  With Sirinu she recently recorded ‘The Man Hurdy-gurdy and Me’ – works for early instruments by Howard Skempton for Métier, Devine Arts, and is touring this programme around Britain with a planned South Bank Centre performance in 2019.  This Autumn she will perform ‘Sounding Space’, music by Dunstable, Vicenzo Galileo, William Herschel, and Ligeti with Sirinu for Oxford Contemporary Music.

Sara makes a speciality of performing English music in her programmes, including works by William Byrd, the English Virginal composers of the 16th and 17th centuries, Bath composers Willian Herschel and Thomas Chilcott, and Thomas Arne.  She was featured playing J.C. Bach on Channel 4’s Georgian Culture programme ‘The Pleasures of the Imagination’ and has given other performances in cultural locations include Handel’s House, Holborne Museum Bath, and the Ashmolean Museum and the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford.

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