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Sara Stowe

As a performer her wide musical activities include concerts, recordings, research and commissions of contemporary and early music. She has made several tours for the Early Music Network and the British Council with Chalemie, Sirinu, Folies Bergères, the Broadside Band and her own Arts Council research project ‘Purcell's Heroines’. Other groups she works with are the Academy of Ancient Music, Taverner Consort, New London Consort, Dufay Collective, the Broadside Band and Sinfonye. Television work includes ‘In Camera’ (BBC2 chamber music series) and James Dillon's ‘Tempest’ on BBC2's ‘Sound on Film’. Sara studied at the Royal College of Music where she was awarded a Foundation Scholarship and prizes for harpsichord and piano. With a British Council award Sara then studied singing in Italy and now studies with Peter Harrison in London.

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Sara has taught singing at de Montfort University and at the School of Contemporary Dance based at The Place, in London, as well as privately in Oxford. She has given many short courses in the UK and abroad, most recently as part of the Cambridge Early Music week (with the early music group Sirinu). She has also done educational tours to schools for the Early Music Network (again with Sirinu).