Sarah Briganti


Sarah Briganti began learning the piano at the age of 4. After her debut at the Conservatoire de Metz, she went on to win 3 first prizes at the CRR de Nancy in Hugues Leclère's class. She then moved to Belgium to study with American pianist Daniel Blumenthal at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, where she obtained a Master's degree in piano and chamber music. She has been invited to perform as a soloist in France and abroad. Her great affection for chamber music has brought her into contact with various groups and performers, with whom she appears regularly. She shares the stage with artists from other worlds, driven by an ever-active curiosity, notably during the creation of the play A nous deux maintenant (commissioned for the centenary of the First World War) directed by Nadège Costes. She took part in the tribute paid to the victims of the Bataclan by French singer Damien Saez, a year after the attacks at the same venue, and performed again at the Arènes de Nîmes with Saez as part of the summer festival. She currently teaches at the Ecole Régionale de Musique in Dudelange, Luxembourg.

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