Events

8/2/17 - Robert Small is our tutor for February.

Past president and member of Consort 8, Robert will be known to many of you as an experienced and encouraging performer and tutor. Robert's choice of repertoire is always interesting.

25/2/17 - Hans-Dieter Michatz conducts a specialised recorder workshop on a Saturday

Our Patron, Hans-Dieter Michatz will lead us in a specialised workshop at St Scholastica's College, Glebe on Saturday 25 February from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
The cost will be members $30 and non-members $35.
More details will be provided at a later date.
We are very grateful for the funding assistance provided by the City of Sydney for this workshop.

8/3/17 - Irene stone teaches a workshop focused on playing the larger size records

This is the second of two introductory training workshops to teach people to play the larger instruments of the recorder family (Tenor, Bass, Great Bass and Contra Bass).

It is not necessary to have completed the first workshop.
These workshops will introduce participants to the fundamental elements of playing these instruments so as to give them the confidence to further develop their skills through participation in a wide range of recorder playing activities including small group ensembles, SSRP players’ sessions and workshops, and the planned recorder orchestra for children and young people.
This workshop is being held at St Scholastica's College, Avenue Road, Glebe from 4:30pm to 6:00pm prior to our regular monthly players’ sessions on Wednesday 8th March 2017. If you’ve always wanted to play the larger instruments, but are not sure where to begin, this is your opportunity to find out! Instruments will be provided.

Email Irene at ibstoned@bigpond.com for further information and to register interest in attending. Cost: $10

We are very grateful for the funding assistance provided by the City of Sydney for this workshop.

23/9/17 - Bundanoon Weekend Workshop

The Sydney Society of Recorder Players will be hosting this workshop. Zana Clarke, well-known to members and recorder players generally will be one of our tutors. We look forward to joining with our recorder colleagues from CREMS, the Canberra Recorder and Early Music Society.

Early booking of accommodation is recommended.