Sarah first sings in public at the age of 18: she performs with several local jazz bands and she develops a certain personal style. In 1998 she wins a national singing contest. In 2000 she works as a touristic enterteiner in Sardinia and she performs onstage as a dancer, actress and singer. In 2003 she gets to know a famous Italian producer, Guido Guglielminetti, she writes 'A long way' with. In 2003 she attends the Berklee Clinics during Umbria Jazz: she attends a vocal technique class with Donna McElroy and an improv class with Steve Prosser. She performs onstage with her profs and Bobby McFerrin. In 2004 she starts composing, playing and singing her own songs. In 2005 her debut album ' Untitled Book' has been released. She composes all the songs, plays all the instruments and produces it entirely by herself. It's dedicated to her son Dylan. Currently she is back to Italy, lives with her collegue guitarist Andrea Solarino and works with him to a new projects. She works as a vocal coach.