Calendar of Events - American Recorder Society

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FREE Online Recorder Class for Beginners with Miyo Aoki
1/12/2021 - 1/23/2021
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Jennifer Carpenter: Approaching the Baroque (alto recorder)
1/24/2021 - 2/3/2021
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Daphna Mor: Approaching Folk Music on Recorders (soprano/tenor recorder)
2/1/2021 - 2/11/2021
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Anne Timberlake: Build Your Tone (alto recorder)
2/2/2021 - 2/23/2021
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FREE Online Recorder Class for Beginners with Jennifer Streeter
2/3/2021 - 2/13/2021
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Jody Miller: Learning Alto, for Soprano or Tenor Players
2/9/2021 - 2/18/2021
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Lisette Kielson (soprano/tenor recorder)
2/27/2021 - 3/20/2021
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Second Level Beginners' Class with Sarah Cantor: Playing Duets on Alto Recorder
3/15/2021 - 3/25/2021
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Events in the next 30 days...
1/5/2021 - 1/26/2021
Advanced Notation: 4 weekly sessions, Tuesdays 5:00-6:30 pm. Sessions are primarily for recorders at a=440, though anyone is welcome to join.  These sessions assume clef and ligature fluency and a good understanding of triple meter at 3 levels, imperfection, alteration, and dots (yes we will be working with perfect longs).
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1/7/2021 - 2/18/2021
Intermediate Notation:  4 biweekly sessions, Thursdays 4-5:30 pm, January 7. 21, February 4, 18.  Sessions are primarily for recorders at a=440, though anyone is welcome to join. These sessions assume some comfort with clefs and ligatures, and a basic understanding on imperfection and alteration in triple meter with circle (tempus perfectum) and c dot (prolatio major) mensurations.  We'll be working on gaining fluency in all areas.
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1/13/2021 - 2/3/2021
Baroque Sonatas: understanding and expression
This set of three classes will focus on the Italian style in sonatas for, or transcribed for, recorder and basso continuo by Corelli, Handel and Mancini. Learn about the structure, harmonies, forms, patterns and more. Discover how this information can lead you to a wealth of expressive options. Use all your recorder skills to bring forth your own unique story through each piece.
Class no. 1 (Jan. 13): Slow movements
Class no. 2 (Jan. 27): Quick movements
Class no. 3 (Feb. 3): Bringing it All Together
Information about the specific pieces to be used will be given to those who enroll. 

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1/22/2021 - 1/23/2021

2021 Mid-Winter Workshop
(18th annual)

The 18th annual workshop with early and newer music for Recorders, Brass, Viols and other “early” instruments will be held Friday evening and Saturday, January 22-23, 2021.


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1/23/2021
BC (Canada) Recorder Society presents a workshop on The Art of Polyphony: A beginner's guide to interpreting Renaissance music with Laura Kuhlman.

Polyphony: the style of simultaneously combining a number of parts, each forming an individual melody and harmonizing with each other. We'll learn how those parts fit together: finding phrases, finding cadences, moving between duple and triple meters within the same piece, and more.

Duets and trios will lay the foundation for our study of polyphony. We will use compositions by some of the best composers of the late Medieval to the Renaissance. If you are new to understanding this compositional style or want a brush up, you are invited to join the conversation and playing session.

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1/24/2021
"La, la, la: Lyrical Tunes from the Renaissance and Today, with and without lyrics."
This virtual event will be held on Zoom.

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1/31/2021 - 2/14/2021
Sweet! Chocolate and French Baroque Music
Ever since cacao arrived from South America in Spain, chocolate became the fashion of the day. Spanish chocolatiers introduced the art of how to transform the bitter beans into chocolate to the royal court in Versailles. French baroque music with its delicious flavors became to the ear what chocolate is to our taste buds: a symphony of ecstatic sensations!
Ensemble Caprice with recorder players Matthias Maute and Sophie Larivière, baroque cellist Susie Napper, David Jacques (baroque guitar) and percussionist Patrick Graham deliver a sparkling and ...sweet program!
Music by Joseph N. Pancrace-Royer, M-A Charpentier, J-Ph Rameau, Fr.Couperin et M.Marais.
 

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2/1/2021
Join the Ann Arbor Recorder Society on Feb 1, 2021 from 7:30-9pm. when Larry Lipnik will lead us in a music session with the theme: To Shorten Winter’s Sadness: Songs and Dances from Renaissance England.  Banish the winter blues and immerse yourself in a sumptuous array of English Renaissance consort music. Works in two to five parts from Court, Church, and Village Square by Weelkes, Morley, and Byrd, along with a set of Dances from the household of the Earl of Arundel at Nonsuch Palace c.1560 to round out our session. Special focus on phrasing as well as articulation in a historical context. 
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2/12/2021
Online meeting of the South Bay Recorder Society with Judy Linsenberg.
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2/21/2021
The Denver Recorder Society continues their 2020-21 virtual season (third Sunday of every month) on Sunday, February 21, 2021, from at 2-3:30 PM MST. Professional recorder player Daphna Mor will lead this chapter meeting on Zoom, preceded by the chapter's "newbies" session for less-experienced players. All are welcome.

Daphna Mor has performed throughout Europe and the United States as a soloist and as an ensemble player. Daphna is co-director along with Nina Stern of 'East of the River'-a band dedicated to performance of Medieval European, Armenian, Balkan and Middle Eastern repertoire.

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