Sarah Briganti begins piano learning at age 4. After her debut at the Conservatoire de Metz, she won 3 first prizes at the CRR Nancy in the class of Hugues Leclère.
She then went to Belgium to follow the teaching of American pianist Daniel Blumenthal at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel where she obtained a Master degree in piano and chamber music. Various masterclasses will allow him to meet and
to listen to the precious advice of among others Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri, Katia Veekmans. Idil Biret, Philippe Entremont.
She will follow the teaching of French pianist Eric Vidonne and Lithuanian pianist Muza Rubackyte at the Russian Conservatoire Serge Rachmaninoff in Paris.

Sarah Briganti has performed at various contemporary music festivals, Music Action in Nancy, Acanthes Festival Metz, 3rd Weeks Contemporary Music in Shanghai, Malher Fetival at Jihlava, International Composition Price in Hong Kong and was a permanent member of the contemporary music ensemble Luxembourg Sinfonietta from 2008 to 2016.
She is asked to perform as a soloist in France and abroad (China, Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg). His great affection for chamber music brings him to meet various formations and performers
with whom she performs regularly (in France with cellist Clément Biehler, tenor Johnny Esteban, festival of contemporary music in Shanghai with clarinetist Jean-Philippe Vivier, A Wiesbaden, Wuhan and Luxembourg with clarinetist Sebastian Plata, A Philharmonie de Luxembourg in sonata and trio, with wind quintet).
Currently, she is part of the trio Prima donna with clarinettist Marina Moth and soprano Agathe Zénier.
She shares the stage with artists from other worlds, moved by an ever-active curiosity, especially during the creation of the piece A nous deux maintenant (commissioned for the centenary of the First World War) directed by Nadège Costes. Piece in which she is surrounded by comedians Reda Brissel and Franck Lemaire around text by Blaise Cendras and Ravel's Tombeau de Couperin.

She will participate in the tribute to the victims of the Bataclan by the French singer Damien Saez, a year after the attacks in this same place.
Sarah is also a member of the EME Foundation in Luxembourg since 2011.

Parallel to her musical career, Sarah obtains a degree in musicology from the University of Nancy, a DE at Cefedem Lorraine and a musical education capes.

She currently teaches in Luxembourg at the Regional Music School of Dudelange.