Recorder Workshops in the Northwest
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Port Townsend Early Music Workshop
July 9-16, 2017

The Seattle Recorder Society’s Port Townsend Early Music Workshop at the University of Puget Sound offers an opportunity for players of recorder, viol, and historical winds to study and play music of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Baroque, and the 20th-21st centuries.  The Port Townsend Early Music Workshop is held every other year.  The next workshop will occur July 9-16, 2017.  Visit the Port Townsend Early Music Workshop for more information about the upcoming and past workshops. more information...
Last updated on: November 23, 2016
Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat
March 17-20, 2017

Faculty: Vicki Boeckman, Gayle and Philip Neuman, and Laura Kuhlman, plus Alison Melville from Toronto, Canada and Miyo Aoki from Seattle, WA

Classes: Baroque, Contemporary and more!

Location: Menucha Retreat Center, in Corbett, Oregon

Imagine a long weekend filled with music-making, camaraderie, good food, and a beautiful setting in nature, and you are already having dreams of attending the Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat. Ensemble classes for intermediate to advanced recorder and Viola da gambas players will range from renaissance consort music and baroque to contemporary works and music for double reeds and percussion. 

Form more information visit the Portland Recorder Soceity's website about the Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat
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Matthias Maute Workshop
Hosted by Seattle Recorder Society
Sat., April 8, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm

Faculty: Matthias Maute

Classes: graded technique and repertoire classes, plus general "grand consort" sessions.

Location: TBA, Seattle, WA

SRS will host a half-day recorder event with Matthias Maute. Location TBD.
Winds and Waves Recorder Workshop
May 5-8, 2017
Registration opens January 17, 2017

Faculty: Tish Berlin, Frances Blaker, Clea Galhano and Recorder Resident

Classes: graded technique and repertoire classes, plus general "grand consort" sessions.

Location: Sitka Center for Art & Ecology, Otis, Oregon

Tuition: $270

Annual workshop for recorder players of all levels.  Instruction focused on improvement of individual and ensemble skills. Registration includes admission to Faculty Concert, Friday, May 5, 2017, in Lincoln City.

Form more information visit the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology website about the Winds and Waves Recorder Workshop