Sarah Husak is a native of Annapolis Maryland and began her violin studies at a young age. She studied with both her mother and her father, who are string teachers and performers, until she went on to spend her high school years studying with Dr. Gerald Fischbach at the University of Maryland. During this time, she began teaching privately in the family music studio. Mrs. Husak came to Ohio to study with Professor Alan Bodman at the University of Akron, where she earned both a Bachelor of Music in violin performance and a Master of Music in violin performance. In graduate school, she performed at the Spoleto Festival in Italy, and was selected to be a member of the Marini String Quartet. She has performed electric violin with a rock band, as well as Celtic and American traditional music in a folk band. Aside from violin, Sarah also provides lessons in viola and mandolin. Currently, Mrs. Husak is a member of the Akron Symphony, Akron Baroque, and continues to teach privately and perform in the Akron area where she lives with her husband and daughter.