Sara Deborah is a multi-facetted musician and violinist, mother and activist. An alumni and scholar at the GSMD and RCM, London, and a former Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artist Award Holder, she now appears as a soloist, and in chamber and duo recitals, and performs with early music groups in the UK and Europe as well as running her own festival in Hampshire where she also directs, teaches and composes.

In October 2017, Sara Deborah Timossi (nee Struntz) won the First Prize and Audience Prize at the International Baroque Violin Competition Premio Bonporti in Rovereto, Italy. Her playing won over an international jury of noted baroque violinists, presided by Enrico Gatti, as the first prize was awarded for only the second time in the story of the Competition since 2003.


“…the instrumental voice of an angel…”    Nürnberger Nachrichten  

“…beautifully elegant playing…” Early Music Review

“…tones of understanding clarity and singing elegance rarely encountered in this profession…”    Rhein-Main-Zeitung

“…one of the rising stars of the baroque violin…”   Chichester Observer