Originally from the United States, Kristen Huebner now bases her musical life in the Netherlands and Europe. An avid specialist of the baroque flute, Kristen holds both Bachelors and Masters Diplomas from the Utrecht Conservatory (BM) and The Royal Conservatory of The Hague (MM), where she studied with Wilbert Hazelzet & Kate Clark. She has toured Europe with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra under the direction of Ton Koopman and has collaborated alongside members of the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century with Frans Brüggen. A passionate chamber musician dedicated to reviving pre-classical repertoire, Kristen is the co-founder of The Primary Sources alongside fortepianist Lucie de Saint Vincent. Her work with the Paris-based Ensemble Diderot has led to a CD recording of the Mondonville Sonatas released in October 2016.? Her latest projects include appearances with Ensemble Diderot and The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir (Ton Koopman), Musica Amphion and Stichting Dutch Baroque in the Netherlands. Kristen’s research on Empfindsamkeit in the chamber music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach has been adapted into an article for the online journal Music & Practice.