Calendar of Events - American Recorder Society
The American Recorder Society provides this calendar as a convenience to our members. Event information is provided by the event sponsors, and any questions should be submitted to the contact in the event listing.

January 2022
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Events available for Registration...

FREE Online Recorder Class for Beginners with Anne Timberlake (alto recorder), September 2022
9/20/2022 - 10/11/2022
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Tish Berlin: Continuing Technique (alto recorder)
10/10/2022 - 10/20/2022
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ARS Annual Membership Meeting Held Via Zoom, October 15, 2022
10/15/2022
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FREE Online Recorder Class for Beginners with Heloise Degrugillier (soprano/tenor recorder)
10/18/2022 - 11/8/2022
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Events in the month of January 2022
1/3/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/4/2022
Begins on January 4th and/or 8th, 2022. This class will meet on Tuesdays at 7 PM, PST and on Saturdays at 1 PM, PST for ten weeks. The music will be similar to the repertoire from the 2021 online consort classes (Renaissance and other eras) but will go more slowly at first, with fewer pieces. There will be more emphasis on technique and other issues of interest to players of intermediate ability.  

Cost for either class is $100 payable either as a donation at www.emgo.org or by sending a check payable to 'EMGO' to EMGO, PO Box 593, Oregon City OR 97045.

After you have paid online or mailed your check, please send an email to confirm your registration to pneumantartold@gmail.com

**Discount!! If you would like to do both sessions, you get a 20% discount on the second class! The repertoire of the two classes will be completely different from each other.
1/5/2022
Begins on January 5th and/or 8th, 2022. This class will meet on Wednesdays at 7 PM, PST and Saturdays at 10 AM, PST for ten weeks. You may attend either/both Wednesdays and/or Saturdays.

This will be a continuation of the same level as in 2021. [The repertoire will be similar to what the ORB presented for the virtual Prescott AZ workshop in September 2021, plus some non-Renaissance pieces.]

Cost is $100 payable either as a donation at www.emgo.org or by sending a check payable to 'EMGO' to EMGO, PO Box 593, Oregon City OR 97045.

After you have paid online or mailed your check, please send an email to confirm your registration to pneumantartold@gmail.com

**Discount!! If you would like to do both sessions, you get a 20% discount on the second class! The repertoire of the two classes will be completely different from each other.
1/6/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/6/2022
The Oregon Renaissance Band Trio (Gayle Neuman, Phil Neuman and Laura Kuhlman) will lead a Zoom playing session of 20th century music from cities that lie between the 39th and 59th parallels. Featuring music from France, Canada, the US, and Estonia, and written between 1920-1964, the session will allow participants to play examples of neoclassical, eclectic, choral, ragtime, and jazz music. And yes, this will all be played in real time by the ORB Trio!
1/8/2022
Begins on January 5th and/or 8th, 2022. This class will meet on Wednesdays at 7 PM, PST and Saturdays at 10 AM, PST for ten weeks. You may attend either/both Wednesdays and/or Saturdays.

This will be a continuation of the same level as in 2021. [The repertoire will be similar to what the ORB presented for the virtual Prescott AZ workshop in September 2021, plus some non-Renaissance pieces.]

Cost is $100 payable either as a donation at www.emgo.org or by sending a check payable to 'EMGO' to EMGO, PO Box 593, Oregon City OR 97045.

After you have paid online or mailed your check, please send an email to confirm your registration to pneumantartold@gmail.com

**Discount!! If you would like to do both sessions, you get a 20% discount on the second class! The repertoire of the two classes will be completely different from each other.
1/8/2022
Begins on January 4th and/or 8th, 2022. This class will meet on Tuesdays at 7 PM, PST and on Saturdays at 1 PM, PST for ten weeks. The music will be similar to the repertoire from the 2021 online consort classes (Renaissance and other eras) but will go more slowly at first, with fewer pieces. There will be more emphasis on technique and other issues of interest to players of intermediate ability.  

Cost for either class is $100 payable either as a donation at www.emgo.org or by sending a check payable to 'EMGO' to EMGO, PO Box 593, Oregon City OR 97045.

After you have paid online or mailed your check, please send an email to confirm your registration to pneumantartold@gmail.com

**Discount!! If you would like to do both sessions, you get a 20% discount on the second class! The repertoire of the two classes will be completely different from each other.
1/8/2022
During these sessions we will play and discuss tunes from the Greenblatt & Seay publication, “January Fiddlers Tune Book”. This collection includes fiddle tunes, folk songs, classical pieces, and some original Greenblatt & Seay creations for each and every day of the month.
Each participant will receive a pdf copy of the “January Fiddlers Tune Book”. Different tunes will be played at each session. A treble clef version of the sheet music for the tunes being played will be displayed on Zoom's screen during the workshop. To see a complete list of the tunes in this collection, click here.

Pre-registration required. The fee for the “January Fiddlers Tune Book Workshop” is $10.

For more information, and to register, please visit:
https://www.greenblattandseay.com/workshops_millennium.shtml
1/11/2022
This class will focus on the basic areas of recorder technique: breathing, blowing, fingers, and tongue, and will apply the principles to Medieval, Renaissance, and
Baroque music. You’ll play along with me on duos, and with my recordings.

January 11: Breathing and Blowing - The Path to Beautiful Tone
January 18: Tongue - The Mechanics and Art of Articulation with Single Tonguing
January 25: Tongue continued, with Paired and Double Tonguing
February 1: Fingers - Fleet and Nimble is the Name of the Game
February 8: Tone - Vibrato, Straight Tone, Crescendo/Decrescendo

Geared to intermediate players but all who would like to develop stronger technical skills are welcome.
Pitch: A=440. Mostly alto work, but some work with other sizes will be included. You may take all five classes or as many as you like. Each class is $25.
1/11/2022
This class will focus on three of Bach’s cantatas that use the recorder. We’ll work on the recorder parts and learn about the context and history of each cantata. We’ll play along with parts of recordings.

January 11: BWV 106 - Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit
January 18: Continuation of BWV 106
January 25: BWV 152 - Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn
February 1: Continuation of BWV 152, and introduction to BWV 182 - Himmelskönig sei
willkommen
February 8: Continuation of BWV 182

For upper intermediate to advanced recorders. Alto recorder. Pitch: a=440, but let me know if you have an alto at a415. You may take all five classes or as many as you like. Each class is $25.
1/11/2022
During these sessions we will play and discuss tunes from the Greenblatt & Seay publication, “January Fiddlers Tune Book”. This collection includes fiddle tunes, folk songs, classical pieces, and some original Greenblatt & Seay creations for each and every day of the month.
Each participant will receive a pdf copy of the “January Fiddlers Tune Book”. Different tunes will be played at each session. A treble clef version of the sheet music for the tunes being played will be displayed on Zoom's screen during the workshop. To see a complete list of the tunes in this collection, click here.

Pre-registration required. The fee for the “January Fiddlers Tune Book Workshop” is $10.

For more information, and to register, please visit:
https://www.greenblattandseay.com/workshops_millennium.shtml
1/12/2022
Let’s be honest– switching instruments can be a huge pain in the rear. Not only do you have the physical challenges of a new instrument, you need to complete a mental shift to accommodate your new fingering system and/or clef. And it doesn’t always go smoothly. Is there anything you can do about that? While we can’t eliminate switching snafus entirely, we can make shifts in your routines that set us up for switching success. In this live, one-hour Zoom webinar, we’ll explore strategies to help you switch with fewer expletives and more grace!

To register and receive your Zoom link and password, visit my website and complete the purchase process. Upon completing the purchase process, you’ll receive your Zoom link and password via email.  Webinar participants also receive six weeks of streaming access to the replay.

The registration fee is $18. If you have questions, or if you prefer to write me a check, you can contact me at anne@annetimberlake.com.
1/13/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/15/2022
Do you envy your recorder playing friends who are able to find ALL the best recorder music on IMSLP? Do you feel overwhelmed when you start searching for a piece of music to play? Well, have we got the workshop for you! Join Colin MacDonald as he shares his tips and tricks for making the most of IMSLP. You'll leave the workshop with a solid game plan to navigate the ins and outs of IMSLP.
1/16/2022
The ARS is offering an Online Recorder Class for Beginners (Soprano/Tenor) with Glen Shannon in January!
If you have never played recorder before, or if it has been eons since you have played, start here! You don't need to be an ARS member to take these classes. This is a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to the recorder.
Dates: (note different times on Sundays and Wednesdays)
Sunday, January 16, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 19, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)
Sunday, January 23, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 26, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)

To register for this free course, please visit the ARS Beginners' Courses Webpage.
1/17/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/17/2022
In HPRS's monthly online Seminar Series in Early Music Performance, Dr. Lewis R. Baratz covers recorder technique, individual composers, and regional playing styles of the Renaissance and Baroque, deftly weaving together historical background, recorded and live performances of recorders alone and with accompanying instruments, detailed analysis of the music and instructions on learning to play it, with opportunities to play along and to ask questions.
1/18/2022
This class will focus on the basic areas of recorder technique: breathing, blowing, fingers, and tongue, and will apply the principles to Medieval, Renaissance, and
Baroque music. You’ll play along with me on duos, and with my recordings.

January 11: Breathing and Blowing - The Path to Beautiful Tone
January 18: Tongue - The Mechanics and Art of Articulation with Single Tonguing
January 25: Tongue continued, with Paired and Double Tonguing
February 1: Fingers - Fleet and Nimble is the Name of the Game
February 8: Tone - Vibrato, Straight Tone, Crescendo/Decrescendo

Geared to intermediate players but all who would like to develop stronger technical skills are welcome.
Pitch: A=440. Mostly alto work, but some work with other sizes will be included. You may take all five classes or as many as you like. Each class is $25.
1/18/2022
This class will focus on three of Bach’s cantatas that use the recorder. We’ll work on the recorder parts and learn about the context and history of each cantata. We’ll play along with parts of recordings.

January 11: BWV 106 - Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit
January 18: Continuation of BWV 106
January 25: BWV 152 - Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn
February 1: Continuation of BWV 152, and introduction to BWV 182 - Himmelskönig sei
willkommen
February 8: Continuation of BWV 182

For upper intermediate to advanced recorders. Alto recorder. Pitch: a=440, but let me know if you have an alto at a415. You may take all five classes or as many as you like. Each class is $25.
1/19/2022
The ARS is offering an Online Recorder Class for Beginners (Soprano/Tenor) with Glen Shannon in January!
If you have never played recorder before, or if it has been eons since you have played, start here! You don't need to be an ARS member to take these classes. This is a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to the recorder.
Dates: (note different times on Sundays and Wednesdays)
Sunday, January 16, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 19, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)
Sunday, January 23, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 26, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)

To register for this free course, please visit the ARS Beginners' Courses Webpage.
1/19/2022
Intermediate Ensemble
 
Wednesdays, January 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, March 2: 7 - 8:30 PM, EST
 
Elegant Renaissance songs and fantasias, dances, Spanish villancicos, early baroque sonatas, English country dances, and a few modern surprises.
A=440
 
Fee: $90 for all 6 classes
 
For more information on either class and to register, please email tysontsurutani@gmail.com
 
1/20/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/21/2022
The 19th annual workshop with early and newer music for Recorders, Brass, Viols and other “early” instruments will be held (via Zoom) Friday evening and Saturday, January 21st - 22nd, 2022.  The faculty is Jody Miller, Anne Timberlake, Phil Hollar, Larry Lipnik, Dan Meyers and Gail Ann Schroeder. Watch this page for registration information (coming soon!): https://ars.atlema.org/mid-winter-workshop-2022/
 
1/21/2022
1) Renaissance/Early Baroque Consort for advanced amateurs and professionals
 
Fridays, January 21, 28, February, 4, 11, 18, 25: 7 - 8:30 PM, EST
 
Sublime polyphony and dramatic trio sonatas. Works of Josquin, Ruffo, Rossi, Castello, and many settings of the famous melody L'homme arme.
 
Gain practice experience in understanding the Renaissance modal system through discussing the character and musical structures of each piece.
A=440
 
Fee: $90 for all 6 classes

For more information on either class and to register, please email tysontsurutani@gmail.com

 
1/22/2022
The 19th annual workshop with early and newer music for Recorders, Brass, Viols and other “early” instruments will be held (via Zoom) Friday evening and Saturday, January 21st - 22nd, 2022.  The faculty is Jody Miller, Anne Timberlake, Phil Hollar, Larry Lipnik, Dan Meyers and Gail Ann Schroeder. Watch this page for registration information (coming soon!): https://ars.atlema.org/mid-winter-workshop-2022/
 
1/22/2022
Formed in 2012 by Chris Parsons, Eboracum Baroque (www.eboracumbaroque.co.uk) are a group of young, dynamic freelance musicians who aim to bring baroque music as far and as wide possible, reaching new audiences. They have been described as ‘Spectacular’ by Classic FM. 

 
1/22/2022
The Master Class in Recorder Playing is for all who would like to improve their playing and musicianship. Learning from watching others take a lesson is a time-honored tradition. Both participants and auditors/observers benefit. There will be four players; once those slots are filled, others who are interested will be on a waiting list. Auditors will be limited to 20.
1/22/2022
The North American Virtual Recorder Society will be like any other ARS chapter only it will be an online community and all meetings and playing will be via Zoom. This is a tremendous opportunity for anyone that doesn’t have access to a local “in-person” chapter or just is looking for more playing time. The Virtual Chapter will be active throughout the year with monthly virtual playing sessions, learning and lots of fun. Rachel Begley will be the Music Director for our inaugural year. Membership is open to any recorder player.

Next Session: Jan 22, 2022, 2 – 3:30 PM, EST

´╗┐For more information, please check out our website.
1/23/2022
The ARS is offering an Online Recorder Class for Beginners (Soprano/Tenor) with Glen Shannon in January!
If you have never played recorder before, or if it has been eons since you have played, start here! You don't need to be an ARS member to take these classes. This is a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to the recorder.
Dates: (note different times on Sundays and Wednesdays)
Sunday, January 16, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 19, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)
Sunday, January 23, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 26, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)

To register for this free course, please visit the ARS Beginners' Courses Webpage.
1/24/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/25/2022
This class will focus on the basic areas of recorder technique: breathing, blowing, fingers, and tongue, and will apply the principles to Medieval, Renaissance, and
Baroque music. You’ll play along with me on duos, and with my recordings.

January 11: Breathing and Blowing - The Path to Beautiful Tone
January 18: Tongue - The Mechanics and Art of Articulation with Single Tonguing
January 25: Tongue continued, with Paired and Double Tonguing
February 1: Fingers - Fleet and Nimble is the Name of the Game
February 8: Tone - Vibrato, Straight Tone, Crescendo/Decrescendo

Geared to intermediate players but all who would like to develop stronger technical skills are welcome.
Pitch: A=440. Mostly alto work, but some work with other sizes will be included. You may take all five classes or as many as you like. Each class is $25.
1/25/2022
This class will focus on three of Bach’s cantatas that use the recorder. We’ll work on the recorder parts and learn about the context and history of each cantata. We’ll play along with parts of recordings.

January 11: BWV 106 - Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit
January 18: Continuation of BWV 106
January 25: BWV 152 - Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn
February 1: Continuation of BWV 152, and introduction to BWV 182 - Himmelskönig sei
willkommen
February 8: Continuation of BWV 182

For upper intermediate to advanced recorders. Alto recorder. Pitch: a=440, but let me know if you have an alto at a415. You may take all five classes or as many as you like. Each class is $25.
1/25/2022
French Fiddle Tunes Workshop for folks who play violin/fiddle, viola, cello, bass, mandolin, soprano recorder, and alto recorder.

Tuesday, January 25, 7 - 8 PM, CT and Friday, January 28, 7 - 8 PM, CT

During these workshops we will play and discuss tunes from the Greenblatt & Seay publication,  “French Fiddle Tunes for Two”. Different tunes will be played at each session. A treble clef version of the sheet music for the tunes being played will be displayed on Zoom's screen during the workshop. The cost for each workshop is $10. The cost of each optional book is $15 (includes shipping if ordered with workshop registration).

For more information, and to register: https://www.greenblattandseay.com/workshops_french.shtml
1/26/2022
The ARS is offering an Online Recorder Class for Beginners (Soprano/Tenor) with Glen Shannon in January!
If you have never played recorder before, or if it has been eons since you have played, start here! You don't need to be an ARS member to take these classes. This is a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to the recorder.
Dates: (note different times on Sundays and Wednesdays)
Sunday, January 16, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 19, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)
Sunday, January 23, 11 AM, PST (12 PM, MST, 1 PM, CST, 2 PM, EST)
Wednesday, January 26, 4:30 PM, PST (5:30 PM, MST, 6:30 PM, CST, 7:30 PM, EST)

To register for this free course, please visit the ARS Beginners' Courses Webpage.
1/26/2022
Intermediate Ensemble
 
Wednesdays, January 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, March 2: 7 - 8:30 PM, EST
 
Elegant Renaissance songs and fantasias, dances, Spanish villancicos, early baroque sonatas, English country dances, and a few modern surprises.
A=440
 
Fee: $90 for all 6 classes
 
For more information on either class and to register, please email tysontsurutani@gmail.com
 
1/27/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.
1/28/2022
French Fiddle Tunes Workshop for folks who play violin/fiddle, viola, cello, bass, mandolin, soprano recorder, and alto recorder.

Tuesday, January 25, 7 - 8 PM, CT and Friday, January 28, 7 - 8 PM, CT

During these workshops we will play and discuss tunes from the Greenblatt & Seay publication,  “French Fiddle Tunes for Two”. Different tunes will be played at each session. A treble clef version of the sheet music for the tunes being played will be displayed on Zoom's screen during the workshop. The cost for each workshop is $10. The cost of each optional book is $15 (includes shipping if ordered with workshop registration).

For more information, and to register: https://www.greenblattandseay.com/workshops_french.shtml
1/28/2022
1) Renaissance/Early Baroque Consort for advanced amateurs and professionals
 
Fridays, January 21, 28, February, 4, 11, 18, 25: 7 - 8:30 PM, EST
 
Sublime polyphony and dramatic trio sonatas. Works of Josquin, Ruffo, Rossi, Castello, and many settings of the famous melody L'homme arme.
 
Gain practice experience in understanding the Renaissance modal system through discussing the character and musical structures of each piece.
A=440
 
Fee: $90 for all 6 classes

For more information on either class and to register, please email tysontsurutani@gmail.com

 
1/31/2022
Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM or 9 PM, EST: January 3, 6, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31 

Fee: $160 for all classes

Add structure to your life and practice routine! After doing the warm ups together, you will be motivated and inspired to practice on your own. Each half hour technique class will feature 15 minutes of breathing, tone, tonguing or coordination warms ups for all levels, as well as 15 minutes of advanced study from The Daily Lesson by Hans Ulrich Staeps.
Sheet music for the class can be downloaded here: https://www.cantornote.com/downloads.html

Warm up video below:
https://www.cantornote.com/teaching.html

 Music-Minus-One Vides Below
https://www.cantornote.com/music-minus-one.html

Contact Sarah Cantor at Cantornote@icloud.com to register.

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The American Recorder Society provides this calendar as a convenience to our members. Event information is provided by the event sponsors, and any questions should be submitted to the contact in the event listing.