Maria Sardaryan was born in 1989 in Armenia. She began her musical studies as a child, perfecting herself in piano. In 2006 she joined the Yerevan State Conservatory, in the singing class. During the Opera Studio She took part in the productions of Don Giovannini (Mozart’s L’Elisirio D’Amore by Donizetti, La Cambiale di Matrimonio by Rossini and Manon by Massenet).
In 2015 she arrived in Italy to perfect herself at the Academy of Lyric Art of Osimo, where she is currently completing her studies. Since 2015 he has received a scholarship from the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) and YerazArt (DreamArt). She won the first prize in Oper Im Berg competition in Salzburg in 2016. In January 2019 she debuted as Pamina in the Massimo Bellini theater in Catania with Maestro G. Gelmetti and P. L. Pizzi, in November with the maestro G. C. De Lorenzo she sang the Mozart concert with the Abruzzese Symphonic Orchestra in L’Aquila, Ridotto of the Municipal Theater and in Rome, Aula Magna, in June she made Blöndchen (Die Entführung aus dem Serail) in the Magdeburg Theater and in September she sang the same role in Pafos Aphrodite Festival in Cyprus, directed by Daniele Agiman.
She was the winner of the Aslico International Opera Singing Competition and in the autumn of 2017 she played the role of Queen of the Night in Die Zuberfloete in the Lombard circuit, directed by Federico Maria Sardelli.