June TRS Playing Meeting
Saturday, June 15, 2:30-5:00
St. Giles Presbyterian, Raleigh
TRS is pleased to invite everyone to our June Saturday playing meeting. The meeting will be held at St. Giles Presbyterian in Raleigh at 2:30 p.m. Please bring your anthologies. We will be doing a blitz read-through of as many of the pieces in our current anthology as we can fit in the allotted time! Jennifer Street will lead and she may bring some music, too. (fun!)
Also at this meeting we will hold a brief members' meeting. Please think about any questions or comments you may have. At that meeting, any of the officers who need to share a report or have news can do so. If anyone needs to send anything to share, you can email Sue Ann directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Turn northwest on Saint Giles St. from Oak Park Road (off of Glenwood Avenue). Access to the church campus is located on your left on St. Giles St. Park in marked spots on the road or go past the Sanctuary and on the left to the parking lot. Once you have parked in the latter walk toward the sanctuary going SE and continue past it to the first building on your right which is the Adult Center. The door will be open.
Advance your playing, meet new people, and travel to a new city through these great workshop opportunities!
- Amherst Early Music Festival, July 14-21 and July 21-28. Connecticut College, New London, CT. email@example.com
- The Seattle Recorder Society & Pacific Northwet Viols announce the Port Townsend Early Music Workshop, July 7 - 13 at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington: www.seattle-recorder.org/workshop
- Mountain Collegium, June 30 - July 6. Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, www.mountaincollegium.org
- Mideast Workshop, July 21 - 27, La Roche College , Pittsburgh, PA, www.earlymusicweekmideast.org
June 21 concert in Durham:
Forgotten Clefs tells a tale of chivalry, courtship, and conflict in “The Days of the Knights.” Music from three centuries highlights events from a knight’s journey, where you’ll learn of battle, unrequited love, and victory! This program features instruments from fifteenth- through seventeenth-century Europe, including recorders, shawms, sackbut, harp, bagpipes, vielle, and percussion. Join us on Friday June 21 at 7pm. The concert takes place at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Durham. Suggested donation, $10.
Visit the ARS Website
The Triangle Recorder Society is a chapter of the American Recorder Society. Please visit the ARS Website for more information! The ARS website and magazine are valuable sources of information about recorder workshops, concerts, playing techniques, and chapter news.