Wednesday, 21 November 2012


Broadstairs songstress Sarah Hale is back singing in her home town – but for the first time with a team of bell ringers on her bill.

“I’m not actually performing with the bell ringers,” Sarah said, “but just having them here adds a whole new musical dimension to the day.”

The bell ringers are the Bedford Family Ringers, a long-established group who have performed all over the world.

They’ll be performing with Sarah on Sunday November 25 in Broadstairs.

“I’ve sung jazz, I’ve sung in musicals, and every era of classical music,” Sarah said, “But singing with bells – that’s a new one on me!”

Sarah, with accompanist Jakob Rothoff, will be performing works by Fauré, Debussy, Argento & Rorem.

Born in Japan, Sarah came to live in Thanet when she was seven years old and still regularly comes back to Broadstairs.

Sarah is currently singing choral works in London while she studies to be a speech therapist.

“I find my love of music perfectly complements my work in speech therapy. It all revolves around this amazing instrument that is the human voice.”

Sarah and the family will be performing for the Broadstairs Music Recital Society at Sunday November 25th at 3pm at the Methodist Church, York Street, Broadstairs.

Entrance by programme purchased at the door: £9 (members £7)

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