Recorders in Revival
Thursday, October 12, 7:00 pm
Faith Lutheran Church
8208 18th Ave NE, Seattle
Vicki Boeckman’s recorder students of all ages and levels will share solo sonatas, trio sonatas and duets by J.S. Bach, G. Ph. Telemann, J. C. Pez, Fulvio Caldini, and the famous Anonymous. Special guest, harpsichordist Jillon Stoppels Dupree, will be playing on the church’s fantastic French double-manual harpsichord. Absolutely free of charge. Masks encouraged.
Moss Bay Recorder Society
The MBRS meetings start up their regular playing sessions on Second Saturdays of each month, from 2:00pm – 4:00pm. The location is different each month, so check back here to learn where the future sessions will be!
Saturday, October 14 at the Redmond Library (15990 NE 85th St, Redmond)
Come join us for a rousing whirlwind tour through a variety of music that spans the ages from the Renaissance to the present day and makes stops at familiar and novel genres along the way. Steve and Ann Marshall have been arranging and composing for amateur players of the recorder for many years with great success. Their arrangements offer something fun for everyone and their compositions add wonderful depth to the repertoire of contemporary music for recorders. We will explore some Renaissance madrigals, a motet by Isabella Leonarda, Offenbach’s classic Can-Can, and two pieces by Steve Marshall in contrasting styles.
Saturday, November 11 will be at the Mountlake Terrace Library (23300 58th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace).
Recorder ensembles led by Laura Townsend
Laura Townsend is offering a variety of weekly ensembles in her home studio with some Covid-era innovations in place: hybrid ensemble meetings with an online option always available and in-person playing for folks who are fully vaccinated/boosted, feeling well, and testing negative on a same-day rapid test. You are welcome to join any appropriate-level ensemble at any point. The fee for individual sessions is $20. In-person spaces are limited, and online participants are always welcome!