Welcome to the Sydney Society of Recorder Players
12/8/15 - Alicia Crossley is the winner of the 2014 Fine Music fm Kruger Scholarship enabling her to pursue further study of our instrument, particularly the bass recorder. We welcome her back as our August tutor.
9/9/15 - Highly active in recorder activities in her native Germany and elsewhere in Europe, and internationally, Ulrike has an interest in early and contemporary music and much in between. She brings an enormous range of musical skills to share with us all.
26/9/15 - In conjunction with CREMS, the Canberra Recorder and Early Music Society, we will be running yet another in a long line of recorder weekend workshops. Our tutors this time are our Patron, Hans-Dieter Michatz, professor Ulrike Volkhardt, and Dan Murphy. an
The Sydney Society of Recorder Players was formed in 1956 to promote the playing of the recorder, and to foster interest in the musical repertoire of the instrument from medieval to modern times.
The Society provides opportunities for recorder players throughout Sydney and surrounding districts to meet and play the recorder. The Society supports other associations with similar aims. We sponsor the composition of original music for recorders.
There is a wide range of performance and competence on the recorder within the Society. Membership is open to all.
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