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Sarah Ovenden

Sarah completed her masters in music at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2016, graduating with distinction. Here she studied with international soloist Susan Milan, and Alan  Baker (piccolo). During her time here she was awarded the Friends in New York of TCM London Award and Edgar TP Comley Prize for Excellence.

As an orchestral musician, Sarah has played with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, and freelances with many orchestras and ensembles around the UK.  She has performed with members of London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and has played in venues in France, Germany, Prague and Malta. 

Sarah is also an active chamber musician, playing with the Waldegrave Ensemble who recently recorded their debut album, featuring a new work written for them by Matthew Taylor. The Ensemble have played as part of recital series' at St James' Piccadilly, Regent Hall, Bourne Hall, Blackheath Halls and HHH concert series. She also plays with double award-winning Incanto Flutes, who perform recitals in London. 

As a soloist Sarah has performed Nielsen's flute concerto with the LSE symphony orchestra, and Dave Heath's Out of the Cool with Kent Academy Orchestra. She is also passionate about inspiring the younger generation through workshops and teaching.

Sarah will be performing Ibert's Flute Concerto with Sinfonia Tamesa on Saturday 17 March 2018.