Sally Beck won the West Suffolk Young Musician competition in 2001 playing the flute.
Sally is originally from Suffolk where she began her musical education with local teachers. In 1999 she started attending the Junior Royal Academy of Music where she won both the wind and concerto prizes. During this time Sally was also a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.
In 2002 Sally won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music where she studied with Kate Hill, Karen Jones and Pat Morris, graduating with a first class degree in 2006. That year she won a fellowship to the Henry Mancini Institute in Los Angeles and a scholarship to the Banff Centre where she was a resident artist in 2007. She was supported in her studies here by the "Friends of the Philharmonia" Award.
Sally now lives in London and works as a freelance musician and belongs to the Siverwood flute and harp duo. She is currently studying privately with Michael Cox with the support of the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund.