Shulamit Sarid, born in Jerusalem in 1993, began studying the cello at age five with her mother, Mrs. Bluma Sarid, at the Israel Conservatory and later with Prof. Emanuel Gruber. She graduated from the Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts with special distinction. At 16 she was accepted to the Buchmann Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv University, continuing her studies with Prof. Hillel Zori and later with Mrs. Chagit Glaser, graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor's of Music. Shulamit continued her studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music under Prof. Zvi Plesser, graduating with a Master's degree. Currently Shulamit pursues her studies for Artist Diploma at the Glenn Gould School with Prof. Desmond Hoebig and Prof. Andres Diaz, on a scholarship supported by the David Lyons Foundation.
Shulamit is the recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation and the Canada-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships. She has won several competitions, including the Tel Aviv University and the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Music Competitions, and the Gritz String Competition. She has performed as a soloist with the Thelma Yellin Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Chamber Orchestra.
Shulamit participated in the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, Master classes for Strings and Winds at the Banff Centre, and the Aspen Music Festival and School. She participated in masterclasses with the cellists: Janos Starker, Lynn Harrell, Uzi Wiezel, Gary Hoffman, Wolfgang Laufer, Richard Aaron, Darrett Adkins, Alisa Weilerstein, and Frans Helmerson.
Shulamit served in the IDF Outstanding Musician Unit. During her service she performed daily for the elderly, the sick, and children with special needs, and also had the opportunity to play in Auschwitz on the Holocaust Memorial Day.