Boston Recorder Society Newsletter
Our 64th Year
October 2018
In This Issue
RSVP for the October 28 Meeting
Our next session: Sunday, October 28, 6:30-9:00PM.
Please RSVP yes or no as soon as possible. A prompt reply helps our coaches with their preparations.

New players always welcome--recorders, baroque flutes and strings, and early loud winds. If you are new to BRS, your first meeting is a free trial. See the BRS website for details about our ensembles, membership options, and directions.
Donation of Recorders to Benefit BRS 

Chris Drelich was the choral director at Governors Academy in Byfield before his unexpected passing a few years ago. His family has kindly donated several of his recorders to the Boston Recorder Society. These instruments and others will be for sale at the October meeting to benefit BRS. We offer our thanks to the Drelich family. 
Concerts, Classes, and Events

If you have news or announcements of interest to the BRS community, please send your information to the newsletter editor.
Boston West Recorder Group Invites New Members  
The Boston West Recorder Group has openings for new members. Meetings in Needham to sight-read music about once a month, either Wednesday evening or (winter) Saturday afternoon. Members should be
comfortable sight-reading polyphonic music one on a part, playing C and F instruments, and open to incorporating suggestions from more advanced members. Email for more information.
Viola Da Gamba Society Workshop - Openings for Recorder Players
Saturday November 3, 9:00AM-4:15PM
Brandeis University, Waltham MA
Recorder players invited to apply to the autumn workshop of the Viola Da Gamba Society of New England. Official registration deadline has passed, but openings may still be available. A=415 only. Detailed information and link to application here
Pièces en Trio: Musical Delights from 18th-century France
Friday October 12 8:00PM and 
Sunday, October 14 3:00PM
Peter H. Bloom, Na'ama Lion, baroque flutes; Carol Lewis, bass viol and pardessus; Olav Chris Henriksen, baroque guitar and theorbo
Music from some of the finest composers during the reign of Louis XIV, including Couperin, Dornel, Boismortier, Jacquet de la Guerre, Forqueray and Senaillé.
Friday: Lindsay Chapel, First Church in Cambridge Congregational, 11 Garden St. (entrance on Mason St.), Cambridge, MA.
Somerville Museum, One Westwood Road at Central St., Somerville, MA 

Recorders/Early Music MetroWest
Saturday November 17 9:30AM-12:15PM  
Theme: Music the Pilgrims ran away from
Coaches: Lisle Kulbach, Carol Lewis, Dan Meyers, Sheila Beardslee
Consort visitors $15 - REMM Members FREE 
Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street, Concord MA (directions)
RSVP by noon Thursday November 15 to
Thinking about private lessons or coached ensemble classes? See our
Early Music teachers List.

Save the Dates!
Upcoming BRS Meetings 
October 28
November 18    
December 16   

January 27
February 24
March 17
April 6 - All-day workshop 
April 28
May 19 
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