Sarah Huebsch Schilling (Director of Outreach)

Sarah Huebsch Schilling (shawm, dulcian, recorder) is in demand as a period oboist and performance practice specialist. Sarah performs with period instrument groups throughout the Americas including Washington Bach Consort, Forgotten Clefs, Chatham Baroque, Bourbon Baroque, Grand Harmonie, and Festival Internacional de Música Sacra. She is the director of the Early Music Workshop at the Interlochen College of Creative Arts and has been a guest instructor at Grand Valley State University, Stetson University Double Reed Workshop, The Princeton Festival, and Triangle Recorder Society Workshop. Recently, Sarah presented lecture-recitals on early nineteenth-century improvised ornamentation at conferences at Oxford, Indiana University, and University of Oregon. Sarah is a staff writer for Harmonia Early Music, a nationally syndicated radio program of WFIU-Bloomington, an NPR station, and works as a fill-in announcer at WCVE Music in Richmond, VA. BM New England Conservatory, MM and DM Indiana University. sarahhuebsch.com