The gift of music is a legacy passed down from Sara's grandfather in Iran whose mastery of the Persian instrument 'tar' made him one of the most sought after musicians in the country. Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Sara started her training in classical music with piano at the age of six. By the age of nine she was fascinated by the violin and asked for lessons. Sara excelled with the violin winning the title of Young Musician of the Year in Peterborough, England at the age of 12 competing with musicians up to 19 years old. To fulfill her inquisitive mind, Sara also started learning a third instrument, the flute, which gave her an insight into woodwind instruments as well as the strings and keyboard. At the age of 17, Sara's love for the violin took her around the world. Studying in Spain for a year and Sweden for 2 years, she performed in France, Italy, Portugal, Austria and Estonia. To maximize her understanding of music and the mind, Sara studied and received her Bachelors in psychology and music from USC. She is currently at graduate school gaining a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. Her latest projects involve her love of singing and RnB music in which she writes, sings and arranges her own material.