Artistic Director, Early Music Workshop, Interlochen College of Creative Arts
Sarah Huebsch Schilling, earned her master's and doctorate degrees in music from Indiana University, and her bachelor's degree from the New England Conservatory. She is also an alumna of Interlochen Arts Academy. Sarah is a specialist in period oboes and recorders, and has been teaching at the Interlochen Early Music Workshop since 2016. She is in demand as a period oboist and performance practice specialist. Sarah performs with period instrument groups throughout the Americas including Washington Bach Consort, Chatham Baroque, Forgotten Clefs, Bourbon Baroque, Grand Harmonie, Mallarme Chamber Players, Montana Early Music Festival, and Festival Internacional de Música Sacra. An active scholar in performance practice, Sarah has been published by Mozart Society of America and the International Double Reed Society. She is the director of the Interlochen Early Music Workshop at Interlochen and has been a guest instructor at Grand Valley State University and The Princeton Festival. Sarah writes for WFIU Public Radio’s Harmonia Early Music and is a Director of Outreach at Forgotten Clefs, a Renaissance Wind Band.