Sarah Mouradoglou was born in Brussels and studied music at the Jean Absil Academy at Etterbeek, and afterwards at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels (French Department), where she obtained the first prize in percussion in the class of Georges-Elie Octors. She went on to further study at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels (Flemish Department) in the class of Gert François and Bart Quartier. She spent three years studying the L.H. Stevens technique under the supervision of Robert Van Sice, and took first prize in chamber music and the higher diploma in percussion.
She regularly performs with numerous orchestras and contemporary music ensembles, and taught percussion (specialization keyboard) for four years at the Royal Conservatoire of Liège and for six years at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels. Today she teaches at several music academies and has embarked upon a career as a chamber musician with the percussion Quartet Sanza, which she founded, and also with partners including the flautist Marc Grauwels, hornplayer Francis Orval, violinist André Siwy, and pianists Leonardo Anglani and Stéphane De May, among others. She has taken part in numerous premières of contemporary works both in Belgium and abroad.