Sarah Wallin Huff has been a performer on the violin, viola, and 6-string electric violin since 1990. She plays with diverse ensembles and performs as a soloist for a variety of events and concerts, as well as participating on electric and acoustic violin and viola on various recording projects. Additionally, she is the author of "The Kesher Chronicles," a fictional series that is a sweeping, cross-generational, scifi epic.
Having received her MA in Music Composition at Claremont Graduate University in 2008, from 2012-2016 Wallin Huff was the Professor of Composition and Advanced Theory (as well as conducting the Chamber Ensemble for three years) at The Master’s College in Santa Clarita. Wallin Huff’s compositions have been performed throughout the States and abroad, including the Exeter Phoenix Auditorium in Devon, England. Her compositions range from solo works to chamber ensembles, to orchestral concert pieces. While her sonic output crosses a variety of moods and styles, a common thread linking them all is what she calls “stream-of-consciousness composition,” in which every piece is built upon an enigmatic, underlying framework, from which the work fluidly evolves.