Flautist Sarah Canzonetta is dedicated to performing a wide range of music on both flute and piccolo. An avid performer, her experience encompasses appearances across the United States and England in solo recitals and chamber ensembles. Recent invitations include performances with string quartet at Wigmore Hall and the Ryedale Festival as part of a series for the music of Errollyn Wallen. Previously, she has performed with the Royal Northern College of Music Opera Orchestra, University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Opera, and Symphonic Band. Before the Coronavirus pandemic, she was due to perform with the Royal Northern College of Music Symphony Orchestra. She can be heard performing on both flute and piccolo in recordings with the University of North Texas Symphonic Band. 


As a postgraduate student at the Royal Northern College of Music, Sarah is supported by the generosity of the Stanley Picker Trust, Waverley Fund Scholarships, and has also received the Ann Gerrard Award, Pat Barney Award and Pidem Fund. Additionally, as an undergraduate student, she was a recipient of scholarship for flute, and received the University of North Texas Excellence Scholarship. 


Prior to relocating to England, she managed her own private flute studio in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Currently, she is studying on the Postgraduate Diploma: Advanced Studies course from the Royal Northern College of Music. Other degrees include a Master's in Performance at the Royal Northern College of Music and a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance with honors from the University of North Texas. Her primary teachers include Cormac Henry, Susan Milan and Mary Karen Clardy.