Sarah grew up in Hartland, Devon, Her first musical instrument was the recorder at the age of six. When she was eight Sarah began to learn the flute which she played in the Triggshire Wind Orchestra and Cornwall Youth Wind Orchestra. Later she loaned a tenor saxophone from the Triggshire Wind Orchestra, changing to the alto when she began studying at the University of Southampton in 2003. While at University Sarah studied flute with Barbera Brown, conducting with Robin Browning, was President of the Wind Orchestra (SuSWO) and played for Showstoppers, LopSoc and SUSO.
In 2004 Sarah took a placement with Mark Warner in Kos, Greece as the resident musician for their Lakitira Resort. On her return to the UK she began teaching in Hampshire and performed regularly for WA Shearings and P&O Cruises. She also furthered these passions through the CT ABRSM course at RNCM Manchester and passed the ATCL diploma in flute performance with Distinction.
Sarah now plays regularly for local orchestras such as Flautissimo, Winchester Chamber Orchestra and Southern Camerata. She also performs regularly in Sunrise Senior Living homes in both Southampton and Winchester. In 2010 she set up Saxophony and Funky Flutes so that people could share her enthusiasm for music making. Sarah loves the way music brings people together and endeavors to pass this enjoyment on to everyone she meets.