Sara Hill is a young soprano from Knaphill in Woking. She is a member of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and Surrey Youth Choir.
Most recently with NYCGB she has performed the War Requiem by Benjamin Britten at the Royal Festival Hall under the baton of Marin Alsop, the Monteverdi Vespers in the Royal Albert Hall and a concert at Birmingham Town Hall in which the programme ranged from Mendelssohn to Earth Wind and Fire!
With Surrey Youth Choir in conjunction with the BBC Singers she took part in a performance of the Opera "King Arthur" by Purcell in which she performed several notable solos.
In 2013 Sara won an award from The Woking Young Musicians Trust and the Lorna Patterson Award for Special Achievement in Music from Woking High School. She was invited by the Mayor to sing at an end of year Civic reception where she performed Handel's "Let The Bright Seraphim" from the oratorio Sampson.
Sara is currently a music scholar at St Georges College Weybridge where she is studying Music, French, Spanish and Italian at A Level. She studies singing at the Royal College of Music with Justin Lavender.