Born in Italy in 1987 into a family of musicians, Sara began to
play by ear and improvise on the piano at the age of two.
At seven years old she entered the Music Conservatory Arrigo
Pedrollo in Vicenza, where she was a student of Antonio
Rigobello, and three years later she gave her first solo
By the time she was eleven, Sara was already appearing as a
soloist with orchestras throughout Italy.
Her performances of Beethoven's Piano Concerto n.3 and
Schumann's Concerto have been broadcast on the national radio
and television with high acclaim.
After the Master's Degree summa cum laude at the age of 18,
she studied at the Santa Cecilia Music Academy in Bergamo
with Konstantin Bogino and at the Mozarteum University in
Salzburg under Claudius Tanski and Imre Rohmann.
In addition, she has taken precious advice from outstanding
musicians and pedagogues, such as Karl-Heinz Kämmerling,
Pavel Gililov, Leonid Margarius, Benedetto Lupo and Lilya
Winner of numerous awards in Italy and abroad, such as the
Silvio Omizzolo Prize in Padua, the Vito Frazzi in Florence,
the Mozartpreis of Mozarteum in Salzburg, the
Baden-Württemberg International Piano Competition (Germany),
Sara performed as a soloist in prestigious venues including
La Fenice in Venice, Ehrbar Saal in Vienna, Teatro Bibiena in
Mantova, Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Wiener Saal in Salzburg
and Tanna Schulich Hall in Montrèal.
Also an enthusiastic recitalist, her numerous appearances
include La Societá dei Concerti in Milano, Internationaler
Konzertverein Bodensee and Oberhausener Festival (Germany),
Salzburger Kammermusikfestival, Aurora Chamber Music Festival
Her passion for chamber music made her performing with
various ensembles from Duo up to Quintet and working with
great artists such as Rainer Schmidt, Wolfgang Redik, Igor
Ozim, Enrico Bronzi and Alois Brandhofer.
Sara also dedicates herself to teaching and has a strong
interest in psychology of learning.
Along these lines she earned a Master in Piano Pedagogy at
the Mozarteum University in 2014.