Despite her youth Sara has already performed in some of the major concert Halls including the National Concert Hall of Spain, L'Auditori Barcelona where she presented the 20/21 season as a soloist, the Berlin Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall New York, Victoria Hall in Switzerland or Salzburg Festspielhaus. 

Highlights for the upcoming season include her debut with the Radio Television Orchestra in the Monumental Theatre of Madrid, her debut with the Orchestra de Córdoba, debut with OSPA Symphony Orchestra, debut with OEX Symphony Orchestra and her Artist in Residency in Sociedad Filarmónica de Coruña.

Sara is a member of the Karajan Academy 

of the Berlin Philharmonic since December of 2019, as well as a member of the West Eastern Divan Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Daniel Barenboim.

Since September 2021 she is finishing her professional studies at the Kronberg Academy with Nobuko Imai.

She plays a viola by David Tecchler made in 1730 and a Nicolàs Leonard Tourte both on loan by Stephan Jansen & the Stretton Society.

Sara began directly with the viola at the age of 3. 

Given her maturity as an interpreter, she started to perform on stage when she was 7.

Devotee of Chamber Music, Sara is frequently invited

to play in prestigious festivals, such as the Kronberg Academy, 

Verbier Festival,  Moritzburg Music Festival or Utrecht Chamber Music Festival.

Sara has also been invited by violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter

to be part of her Ensemble "Mutter Virtuosi".

Sara Ferrández

Born in Madrid in 1995 she entered the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofia at a very young age. After completing her studies in Madrid she won the Juventudes Musicales scholarship to study abroad as well as the Humboldt Wardwell Stipendium and she moved to Berlin to study with the prestigious soloist Tabea Zimmermann in the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler where she completed both Bachelor and Master's degree.