Seattle Recorder Society (SRS) welcomes recorder and viol players and other early musicians (both new players and experienced) to attend monthly meetings for group playing, performances by local artists, refreshments, and conversation.
We generally meet the first Friday evening of the month at 7 p.m. (Occasionally we meet on the second Friday evening.) Recorders of all sizes are represented, from Sopranino to Contra Bass. We enjoy traditional music written for the recorder from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque eras, music from contemporary composers and everything in between. Please visit the Meetings & Members page for additional details and dates for our meetings.
SRS is an affiliate chapter of the American Recorder Society.
Covid protocols have changed
We are now offering a hybrid playing experience, with about 20 players in person at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church and others joining on Zoom. We have added steps to take if you have tested positive for the Covid virus. Click below to know what to do.
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Our next Friday evening session is scheduled for December 2 at 7:00 at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church (find directions in the footer below). Music Director Emeritus Peter Seibert will lead the ensemble through holiday music in the hybrid (online and in-person) meeting format. All sizes of recorders and viols are welcome, as are players of all levels. More information on the music we’ll be playing will appear on the website soon. Please remember to email Vicki (email@example.com) and follow our Covid Protocols if you intend to attend in person.
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