Clarinetist Sarah Chandler has had an extensive career as an orchestral and chamber musician and instructor. She was Lecturer of Clarinet at Binghamton University for six years and currently teaches at Opus Ithaca. She holds a Bachelor of Music from Northwestern University and a Master of Arts from the University of Iowa, where her clarinet teachers included Russell Dagon, Robert Marcellus, Clark Brody and Maurita Murphy-Mead. She was a prize winner at the International Clarinet Society Competition three times and won the grand prize in 1988. Her orchestral experience includes the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra, the New World Symphony, the Spoleto Festival Orchestra, the Glimmerglass Festival Orchestra, the Tri-Cities Opera Orchestra, and the Binghamton Philharmonic and the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, where she has served as Second Clarinet since 2007.