KELSEY ANDREW SCHILLING, bassoon, completed his studies in Early Music at Indiana University. He has performed with ensembles such as the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Bach Collegium–Fort Wayne, Bourbon Baroque, Clarion Music Society, Grand Harmonischilling-headshot-2016e, Handel Choir of Baltimore, Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Mallarmé Chamber Players, Mercury Baroque, Music City Baroque, Musica Angelica, North Carolina Baroque Orches
tra, Opera Lafayette, Pacific MusicWorks, Seattle Baroque, Washington Bach Consort, Washington National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra, as well as other period orchestras throughout the country. He has appeared in the Magnolia Baroque Festival (North Carolina), Staunton Music Festival (Virginia), International Double Reed Society Conference (Ithaca, New York), Boston Early Music Festival Fringe, Oregon Bach Festival, International Young Artist’s Presentation – Historical Winds (Antwerp, Belgium), Berkeley Festival and Exhibition (California) with ¡Sacabuche! and in music festivals throughout Brazil and in Ecuador with Ensemble Lipzodes. Recently, Mr. Schilling directed a performance of J.S. Bach’s cantata “Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich” using the forces Bach had available to him. Additionally, he has recorded for IU Press and Dorian Sono Luminus.