While studying drama at the Tours Conservatoire then the Toulouse National Theatre, Sarah earned first prize in a singing competition in Paris, which led to a switch in focus to music, and eventually, training at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Brussels under the direction of José van Dam.
On stage, Sarah has sung the roles of Mrs. Quickly in Falstaff, Suzuki in Madame Butterfly, Javotte in Manon, Annina in La Traviata, Gertrude in Roméo et Juliette, Marina in Boris Godunov, the witch in Hansel and Gretel, and Carmen at the Salle Pleyel, the Salle Gaveau and in Algiers.
She has an unusually eclectic repetoire, singing both light French music (La Belle de Cadix, L’Ile de Tulipatan) and twentieth-century music: L’Opéra de quat’ sous, Lyssi (world premiere in Sarajevo), Laïka the Spacedog with the English Touring Opera in London, and took part in the creation of Silent Song into the Wild with Berlin-based ensemble Nico and the Navigators
And in oratorio, Sarah has performed Bernstein's Mass, Pergolese's Stabat Mater, Bach's Mass in B minor and Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Lamoureux Orchestra, as well as Pulcinella under the baton of Ludovic Morlot.
In the past year she has released her debut recording Les Blasphemes (Fuga Libera label), toured Germany, and France (in L’Ombre de Venceslao written by Martin Matalon, directed by Jorge Lavelli) and Belgium (with a staged recital American Classics: Sisters in Crime). She has also sung Carmen in the Lebanon, Maddalena in Rigoletto in Liege, and Beethoven's 9th Symphy in Saint-Etienne. Busy time, so she is ready for a pause.