Sarah Davol enjoys a career performing on historical and modern oboes throughout North America and Europe. She performs with American Classical Orchestra, Concert Royal, New York State Baroque, Publick Musick, Sarabande, Vox Ama Deus, the Washington Bach Sinfonia, REBEL, and Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in San Francisco. On the classical oboe she has performed at Tanglewood, Ravinia, and Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart. On the modern oboe/English horn, Ms. Davol’s recording of Sun Bin Kim’s Aphorisms won a national ASCAP award, and her jazz oboe playing may be heard on TV’s Blues Clues (Murmur Productions). She plays periodically on Broadway for several productions and freelances in the New York area. As composer, her music has been described as “intriguing” by Lucid Culture, NYC. Her music was featured on the soundtrack of the Native American film Our Spirits Don’t Speak English, and her composition Wulangundawa’ken (Lenape for “Peace to all People”) was premiered at the opening of a Peace Labyrinth in the Teaneck (NJ) Creek Conservancy. Ms. Davol’s historical oboe playing may be heard on BMG, Centaur, Dorian, Harmonia Mundi, Helicon, Music Masters, Newport Classics, Smithsonian, Teldec, Titanic, and Vox. Her recording of Vivaldi’s Oboe Concerto in D Minor was recently released on Lyrachord.