Sarah Huebsch Schilling

 Sarah Huebsch Schilling
Interlochen College of Creative Arts, Artistic Director, Renaissance Music Retreat
New England Conservatory
Bachelor of Music, oboe performance
Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University
Masters of Music, oboe
Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University
Doctorate of Music, Historical Performance

About Sarah Huebsch

Sarah Huebsch Schilling, 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. Schilling 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, Schilling 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.

Whether you’re dipping your toes in or jumping into the deep end, immersion in historical performance helps us embrace music within the world it was written in. Bring to live ancient music today with instruments from the Renaissance and Baroque like lute, recorder, viola da gamba, crumhorn, violin, and more.

  • Managing Director and Director of Outreach, Forgotten Clefs (Renaissance Wind Ensemble)
  • Staff Writer, WFIU Bloomington (Harmonia Early Music)
  • Regular lectures and recitals in Historical Performance Conferences (Oxford, Indiana University, University of Oregon)
  • Period Performer on historical oboes and recorders throughout the US

B.M., Oboe Performance - New England Conservatory

M.M., Oboe Performance - Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University

D.M., Historical Performance/Early Music - Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University