Sarah Kaznowski has recently retired from the BBC Symphony Orchestra, where she was a cellist for nearly for nearly 40 years.
Sarah initially studied at the RCM, and then went to Vienna for 2 years to study with the great French pedagogue Andre Navarra. On returning to the UK she took up a position in the CBSO, where she met her late husband Michal Kaznowski who was then the Principal Cello.
She joined the BBC and had a wonderful career, playing under great conductors, playing in the Proms and travelling the world.
Sarah has always enjoyed teaching and with her husband set up a thriving Children’s Orchestra which lasted many years.
Since retiring from the BBC Sarah plays in many chamber music ensembles and continues to teach extensively.