Sara BA (hons), LRSM, PG DIP TCL, worked as resident recitalist, travelling to California, Hawaii, Mexico, Saipan, Japan, Russia, The Phillipines, China, Norway, Denmark and extensively around the Mediterranean, on board the most prestigious ship at sea, The World. Now settled in North London and giving performances more locally, Sara has performed at the Royal Opera House, Ronnie Scott’s, The Ivy, Southwark Cathedral, the Wallace Collection and The National Portrait Gallery, also holding residencies at The Waldorf, MV Minerva II, Holy Trinity Church Eltham and The Oak Room Piccadilly.
She studied English and Music at Birmingham University, and piano with `Jeremy Brown and Stephen Kovacevich, and with Hilary Coates at Trinity College of Music. Sara is currently Featured Artiste at The Grosvenor House, Park Lane, Resident Pianist at Roast, London Bridge, and Head of Piano at Streatham and Clapham Senior School for Girls.
Sara, you were really were just right for us, and you really kick started the whole party so well done to you. Many thanks and best wishes!
– Michael Shall, Dealstone
“Sara, David and I would like to thank you so much for the wonderful performance you gave at our wedding at Dartmouth House. So many of our guests commented on what a fantastic pianist you are – we all enjoyed the music so much. It was just fantastic – thank you for making our day so special.
– Anita & David Root
We wish to thank you again for a wonderful performance at our wedding! Our guest and us have so enjoyed it!! There were so many compliments!! We are very happy to tell our friends about you!! Thanks a lot!
– Mia and Mark Jores
Thank-you so much for a wonderful performance and for coming along and contributing to making our day so special. Everyone has commented on how much they enjoyed the music. It was fabulous.
We really did have the best day of our lives and it was such a pleasure to have yourself and all the musicians there to make our musical dream happen!
– Wendy Langridge
Everything went very well, thank you. Sara was excellent. Thanks again for all your help!
– Nick Miller, Foreign Office
Cavatina by Stanley Myers
Chanson de Matin by Edward Elgar
I Can Give You The Starlight by Ivor Novello
It’s De-Lovely by Cole Porter
Moon River by Henry Manchini
Nocturne in E Flat by Chopin
Somewhere My Love by Maurice Jarre
Sonata in C by Mozart
Tea for Two by Vincent Youmans
That’s What Friends are For by Burt Bacharac
The Easy Winners by Scott Joplin
The Man I Love by Gershwin
Up Where We Belong by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Jack Nitzsche
Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton