Kelsey Andrew Schilling

 Kelsey Andrew Schilling
Interlochen College of Creative Arts, Renaissance Music Retreat

About Kelsey

Kelsey Andrew Schilling, early wind specialist, has a busy performance schedule including regular appearances with the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Bach Collegium–Fort Wayne, Bourbon Baroque (Louisville), Mallarmé Chamber Players (Durham), North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, Raleigh Camerata, Washington Bach Consort, and the Washington National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra. Additionally, this season marks his debut performances with Teatro Nuovo (New York), Philharmonie Austin, and the Bach Society of Charleston. 

On shawms, dulcians, crumhorns, and recorders, Kelsey is a founding member of the Renaissance wind ensemble Forgotten Clefs, which has made appearances at the Smithsonian Institution, Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Series, American Musicological Society, and has been featured on Public Radio International. Outside of the performance hall, he has a small business making reeds for all his early instruments. 

Together with his partner Sarah Huebsch Schilling, Kelsey has taught masterclasses in historical performance at Duke University, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Stetson University, and Grand Valley State University. Additionally, Mr. Schilling has recorded for Dorian Sono Luminus, IU Press, and Naxos. He holds degrees in Early Music and Germanic Studies from Indiana University.