Sarah Lodico Wines is a performer on viola da gamba, early cello, and vielle. She completed her Masters of Music in viola da gamba at the Historical Performance Institute at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where she studied with Wendy Gillespie. As an undergraduate at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, Sarah played and sang in early music ensembles in the Five College Consortium under the direction of Robert Eisenstein, and studied viola da gamba and cello with Alice Robbins and Kivie Cahn-Lipman. Sarah participated in several historical performance workshops and masterclasses throughout North America and Europe and served on faculty of the Madison Early Music Festival. She performs with various ensembles including North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, Forgotten Clefs, the Kansas City Baroque Consortium, and La Luna la Mía, which she founded with her husband, Charles Wines. Her most recent research and performance interests include music and poetry of the Sephardic diaspora.