Love reduces us to the comical and elevates us to the profound. Love brings us together and tears us apart. Love creates fierce warriors and eloquent poets. Let's explore the many meanings of love as expressed through music across the centuries.
Wendy Powers splits her time between teaching music history and coaching the recorder, with each interest informing the other. She received her Ph.D. in historical musicology from Columbia University in 1994. Wendy is assistant director and faculty member of the Amherst Early Music Festival at Connecticut College. She co-directs with Valerie Horst the annual CityRecorder in New York City, and has coached recorder at ARS chapter meetings and workshops throughout the Northeast. Wendy is adjunct assistant professor at Queens College of the City University of New York, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate music history courses, and where she has taught early music notation and co-directed the Collegium Musicum. She taught music history at Vassar College in Fall 2007. She is the former book review editor of American Recorder magazine, to which she has contributed articles and book reviews and has written about musical instruments for the Metropolitan Museum of Art Timeline of Art History.
$45 for a full day
Purchase a box lunch for $7.50 (must pre-order).
Participants should be proficient in two recorder voices to attend.
Low voices are especially encouraged.
Download the registration form. It may be printed and mailed with a check made out to American Recorder Society, Rochester Chapter, or emailed to email@example.com.
Registration Form (PDF)
12pm—Lunch (bring your own or purchase a box lunch)
First Baptist Church of Rochester
175 Allens Creek Road
Rochester, NY 14618