Last updated on: November 14, 2017
Tuition &
The Seattle Recorder Society
Port Townsend Early Music Workshop


  Jo Baim, Administrative Director
       (206) 932-4623


The full fee for the workshop includes tuition, room, and board. If you live close enough to Tacoma and wish to be a day student we offer Commuter Registration that covers tuition only.  Please contact Administrative Director Jo Baim via or by calling (206) 932-4623 if you have questions or concerns about these registration and payment options.

Housing Accommodations and Meals

All residential participants will stay in Trimble Hall, one of the University’s residence halls. Non-smoking rooms have single beds, and linens are provided. Several single rooms are grouped around a shared bathroom and common room.

Standard, vegetarian or vegan meals are available through the University food service.


Registration deposit is $100, of which $50 is refundable until May 1, 2019. Balance of all fees is due by June 1, 2019.

Your registration is not valid until either a deposit or full workshop payment is received.

Online Payment

We will offer secure Online Payment options for the convenience of quick payment of your Registration Deposit and your workshop fees by credit or debit card, or with a PayPal account.

Contact Administrative Director Jo Baim via or by calling (206) 932-4623 if you have questions or concerns about these payment options.

For further information:
Jo Baim, Administrative Director
4727 – 42nd Ave. S.W. #207
Seattle, WA 98116
(206) 932-4623

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Registration for the 2019 Port Townsend Early Music Workshop will open January 2019.

Please return in January to contact Administrative Director Jo Baim to be placed on the information contact list for the July 2019 Workshop.

Comments from Previous Workshops:

“Wonderful workshop, venue, faculty, and making music together. It is clear that the SRS puts a lot of cooperative work into this.”

“As a vegan I found ample offerings to satisfy my needs and wants.”

“Special thanks to Vicki and Jo for all their organizing:  Vicki for her relaxed, vivacious hospitality and Jo for her quiet, ever-pleasant efficiency.”

“Loved the relationship between students and faculty – ate together and hung out together. Loved the apparent closeness of faculty members to each other. Loved, loved, loved the faculty recital. Loved the special events.”