Boston Recorder Society Newsletter
Our 62nd Year
December 2016
In This Issue

RSVP for the December 18 Meeting
 
Our next playing session will be
Sunday, December 18, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Please RSVP yes or no as soon as possible.

Refreshments in November will be provided by Na'ama's group.

New players always welcome--recorders, baroque flutes and strings, or early loud winds. If you are new to BRS, your first session is a free trial. See the BRS website for details about  our ensembles, membership options, and directions.
Can You Host a Breakfast for the American Recorder Society?

The American Recorder Society (ARS) is looking for a volunteer to host a breakfast during the 2017 Boston Early Music Festival (June 11-18), near the Marriott Boston Downtown where the exhibition will be held.

Chapter, Consort, and Recorder Orchestra representatives will be invited to toss around ideas about the ARS activities, their chapters, and what they'd like to see the ARS offer or do differently. Between 10 and 15 people are expected. ARS will provide the food, but is looking for a volunteer to provide the space. Preferred day is Saturday or Sunday, June 17 or 18. For more information contact Barbara Prescott via email at recorders@aol.com.
Concerts, Classes, and Events

If you have news or announcements of interest to the BRS community, please send your information before the 10th of each month to the newsletter editor.

Sunday December 11 3PM 
Vox Lucens presents "The Story of Mary"
 
Masterpieces inspired by Mary's journey from obscure poverty to exaltation, including pieces about her mother, angelic birth announcements, visiting kings, and her assumption into heaven. Highlights include double-choir works by Palestrina and Gabrieli, Victoria's luminous Gabriel Archangels, and Lassus's Stabat mater.
Recommended donation $20. Call 978-897-5372 or visit www.voxlucens.net. 
Brighton Allston Congregational Church
404 Washington Street
Brighton MA  02135

Saturday, December 17 3PM
First Parish in Lincoln presents Handel's Messiah
Ian Watson, Conductor/harpsichord, with the Lincoln Baroque Players and Chorus
Handel's beloved classic performed by world-class artists including Ian Watson, Guy Fishman, Aisslinn Nosky, and more.
Suggested donation $30; any amount appreciated. Limited seating;
doors open at 2:30PM.
The Parish House (Stone Church) of First Parish in Lincoln
14 Bedford Rd, Lincoln MA
   
Thinking about private lessons or coached ensemble classes? See our
Early Music teachers List.

 
Save the Dates!
Upcoming BRS Meetings 2016-2017   
This season's monthly Sunday meetings, plus one Saturday workshop.  

2016
December 18 
2017
January 22
February 26
March 19
April 1 - Saturday all-day workshop 
April 23
May 21 
Boston Recorder Society, c/o Ted Live, 17 Wendell Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
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