Malborough Music Monster Mash

  This Saturday 26th April, I’m delighted to be performing with Ansa Back at Malborough Music Monster Mash to raise money for the Dave Sharp Young Musicians Fund. The fund does some brilliant work locally to ensure that teens from all backgrounds have a chance to enjoy learning and playing music and now that the project is a few years old it’s great to see … Continue reading Malborough Music Monster Mash

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Hannah Sterry: Jazz Flautist

Performing I’m an experienced jazz and classically trained flautist regularly performing with a variety of local and visiting musicians (see Live Music & Events). Most recently I’ve played with Hamer & Isaacs gypsy swing band and The Sterrys as well as being involved with a number of local events, including Malborough Amateur Dramatics Pantomime and Hope for Howard. I am also available to perform solo on the … Continue reading Hannah Sterry: Jazz Flautist

Humpty Dumpty

Malborough Pantomime 2014: Humpty Dumpty

MAD Group Presents… Humpty Dumpty The Pantomime Date: 22nd January 2014 – 25th January 2014 Time: 7.30pm with a Saturday Matinee performance at 2pm Malborough Amateur Dramatic Group presents Humpty Dumpty – The Pantomime at Malborough Village Hall. Tickets from £7 for adults and £4 for children are available from Kingsbridge Information Centre and Malborough Post Office. ————————————– This year I’m involved in Malborough Pantomime again (I’ll be … Continue reading Malborough Pantomime 2014: Humpty Dumpty

Hannah Sterry Cartoons & Illustration: New Society6 Shop

Does anyone out there use society6?

I’ve just opened a new shop with society6 because of their range of products and the professional look of the shop galleries, but I’m interested to hear the opinions of people already using the site to sell their work. I’ve spotted Jess Smart Smiley‘s illustrations on there and Alastair‘s photography, but wondered if anyone else on here uses it too and how they think it compares … Continue reading Does anyone out there use society6?

North Sands Beach, Salcombe

The other day, while walking back from a friend’s, I decided to take a detour past North Sands Beach and happened to get such a lovely shot of the beach that I thought I’d share it with you (click to see the full image on RedBubble)! If you’re in Salcombe at any point, it’s worth checking the tide tables before visiting North Sands, because at … Continue reading North Sands Beach, Salcombe

Chernobyl Childrens' Life Line Concert (April 2013)

Life as a Jazz Flautist in Devon: Chapter One

Hello! I am now “Plymouth’s top jazz flautist” according to twitter. I know this because I am probably the only jazz flautist in the whole of South Devon (with the exception of my dad, who often prefers to play saxophone). This post is a bit of everything – music I’ve recorded, pictures from the past year’s worth of gigs and news of gigs to come and … Continue reading Life as a Jazz Flautist in Devon: Chapter One

December: Special Offer Music/Maths Tuition

INTRODUCTORY RATES* for anyone wanting flute/mathematics tuition this month: Flute Lessons: £10 per 30 minute lesson (normally £12) Maths Tutoring: £10 per 30 minute lesson (normally £12) £18 per 60 minute lesson (normally £22) Qualifications: A-Level Maths and Further Maths (both Grade A) and 2 years of an undergraduate Mathematics degree at Warwick University. Hire a Harpist: £85 for two 45 minute sets with a … Continue reading December: Special Offer Music/Maths Tuition

Went for a walk at North Sands beach (in Salcombe) at low tide and managed to get a few good pictures of the beach and the castle! It was really cold, but the photos seemed to come out fairly well!

North Sands Beach and Salcombe Castle

A few days ago I went for a walk on North Sands beach in Salcombe. When I got there the tide was out, which meant I could get some really nice photos of the beach and the castle. Salcombe is a lovely in winter; out of season the the beaches are often quiet and empty and, although it’s cold, there’s still lots of fun to … Continue reading North Sands Beach and Salcombe Castle