Sarah Min teaches clarinet in the Westwood area of Los Angeles. Her teaching experience extends to giving lessons in clarinet and counseling pre-college students interested in music. She has been teaching for 6 years from elementary school to college level. She loves teaching students, especially those who do not have that much musical exposure. Sarah grew up in the San Fernando Valley. She went to University of California, Los Angeles for her Bachelor of Arts degree in clar inet performance, and she is currently studying with Professor Steve Barta for her Master’s of Music degree there. She has studied with renowned clarinetists such as Burt Hara, the associate principal of Los Angeles Philharmonic. Min has won three competitions, including in her youth the Southwestern Youth Music Festival. She received a honorable mention at UCLA All Star concerto competition in 2017. Her performance experience entails serving as a substitute principal clarinetist for Korean Youth Symphony, and as a substitute clarinetist for Debut Orchestra for the 2016-2017 season. She is also a part of Eclat Woodwind Quintet Ensemble, which is comprised of former UCLA students. In addition, she has much audition experience both as a soloist and an orchestra musician. Sarah values community service, and was a part of UCLA’s Gluck outreach program and played at multiple retirement homes and veteran hospitals as a member of a chamber group. In addition to clarinet, she also plays flute and piano. During her free time, she likes to teach musical instruments to kids at the community church. She once taught a group clarinet lesson with people who did not have any prior musical experience, culminating in an amazing concert.