2014-2015 Season - Our 50th season
The chapter members at a recent workshop.
We are a group of Rochester-area recorder players who meet twice a month from September to May. Together with
several talented volunteer teachers, the group provides opportunities to
participate in learning sessions, consorts, and several performances. For this season, we are planning two workshops, and in May, a public concert to show what we've
learned. Many of our members also play in small groups outside of our meetings -- perhaps you have seen them play.
The chapter was founded in the spring of 1965, and we are proud to be meeting for our 50th season.
Our spring workshop will feature Will Ayton on Saturday, March 21.
Our spring concert will be at Friday, May 15, at 7pm, at the First Baptist Church, with reception following. Please join us!
Recorder frequency ranges
A "Chapter Meeting" includes first hour classes, a business meeting, and second hour classes. Beginners meet every week, and on weeks when a chapter meeting is being held, also are welcome to the business meeting. Business meetings are not "strictly business" -- we try to have one or two groups present a piece they are working on each time. It's a great way to hear what your friends are working on, or simply to be inspired.
Benefits of Local
Opportunity to learn or enhance your skills in playing a
beautiful sounding instrument and experience the fun and joy of playing
music with others.
Opportunity to meet others that share your interest in music.
Opportunity to participate in weekend workshop(s) with
recognized professional recorder players.
Lessons from talented volunteer teachers.
Access to the Chapter's library of music.
Liability insurance for our Chapter.
Mailings to our membership.
Refreshments at Chapter events.
For more information about our chapter, contact us at email@example.com
Benefits of National Membership in ARS
- Five issues of American Recorder and the ARS Newsletter.
- Members Library musical editions, 2/year.
- Inclusion in the ARS Directory.
- ARS Personal Study program, a systematic way to improve playing skills.
- Discounts on ARS publications.
Please visit the national ARS
website to learn more.
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