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Sarah Darling

Baroque Violin, Viola

Described as “a tireless force of musical curiosity, skill, and enthusiasm” and “the one to up the ante” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Sarah Darling enjoys a varied musical career as a performer, educator, and musical co-conspirator on viola and baroque violin. She is a member of the self-conducted orchestra A Far Cry, as well as Boston Baroque, Musicians of the Old Post Road, Emmanuel Music, Boston Ballet Orchestra, Boston Camerata, Boston Early Music Festival, and Carmel Bach Festival. Sarah studied at Harvard, Juilliard, Amsterdam, Freiburg, and New England Conservatory and worked with James Dunham, Karen Tuttle, Wolfram Christ, Nobuko Imai, and Kim Kashkashian. She has recorded old and new music for numerous labels. Sarah is active as a teacher and coach, relishing the opportunity to “translate” between musical worlds while serving on faculty of the Longy School of Music and New England Conservatory, and co-directing the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Handel Extravaganza; Nightcap #1; Tales of the Night; Baroque the Bank; Poets & Puppets; Summer Sounds; Meet the New Graf; Grumpy Hedgehog, Happy Oboe; Serenades at Noon; Early Keyboard Extravaganza; Nightcap #2; Bel Canto; Meet the Composer; Beethoven Meets the Mambo; Mendelssohn’s Magic; Plucked Heart-Strings; Shakespearean Fantasies; Tabula Rasa; Baroque Inside/Out; Nightcap #3; Viola, Viola; Baroque Lovers’ Afternoon; Historias de Cuba; JSB at the Blackfriars; Moses Memorial Lecture; Bach’s Mass in B Minor

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