Welcome to the TRS Enews! We hope to see you on Sunday, January 21 in Durham.

Join us on January 21

The next TRS Meeting will be held on Sunday, January 21, 2:30-5:00 at the Durham Public Library, South Regional Branch, in Durham.  Phil Hollar will lead. Phil is a recorder instructor joining us from Greensboro, NC. 

During the break, Jan Jenkins will conduct a brief membership meeting. TRS welcomes any comments for suggestions. If you cannot attend the playing session, please email your contributions to

*South Regional Branch*
4505 S Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713

Directions: South Regional Library is located at 4505 South Alston Ave, Durham. It is less than 1 mile from I-40. From I-40, take Exit 278 (toward NC-54/Apex). Turn south onto 55, left onto 54, left onto S. Alston, and it's on your right.

OR: from  Chapel Hill and Durham, take 54 east to South Alston Ave. Turn left, and library is on your right.

Costs: For members, meeting fees are $10.00. For non-members, the first visit is free; subsequent meetings are $15.00.


TRS Early Music Workshop  
March 24, 2018

First Presbyterian Church, Durham
"North Sea Odyssey"

Workshop information has been posted on our website!! We hope you will join us for our annual early music workshop.  Please read and register.  $10 discount for registrations received by March 12.  

Click here: Spring Workshop Website and Online Registration

Spring 2018 Schedule

We hope to see you at these upcoming TRS events:

Spring 2018 Meeting Dates and Locations
  • Sunday, January 21  Durham. Durham Public Library, South Regional Branch
  • Sunday, February 18 Raleigh. St. Giles Presbyterian Church
  • Saturday, March 24  Durham. Spring Workshop, First Presbyterian Church
  • Sunday, April 15 Chapel Hill. Carol Woods
  • Sunday, May 20  Spring Recital, Location TBA
  • Saturday, June 16 Raleigh. St Giles Presbyterian Church


Baroque and Beyond concert-  March 11

Jennifer will be featured in a Baroque and Beyond concert at Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill, at 3:00 pm.  The program will highlight works of the French baroque with music by Francois Couperin and his contemporaries.

More information here about Baroque and Beyond



The Triangle Recorder Society is a group of recorder players from the Triangle area of North Carolina.  We are a proud chapter of the American Recorder Society.

We meet on the third Sunday of each month in Durham, Raleigh, or Chapel Hill. Meetings are from 2:30-5:00. $10 members, $15 non-members. All skill levels are welcome. Join us! 

TRS Members Perfomed around the Triangle during the December Holidays!

Flauto Dolce played Sunday afternoon, December 10, at the Hillsborough Candlelight Tour, pictured here with Revolutionary re-enactors. 

The Raleigh Recorder Ensemble played at the North Carolina Museum of History on Thursday morning, December 14. The group was well received and at one point was joined by a group of singing school children in a rousing rendition of "Jingle Bells". As usual, audience members had many questions and the group members repeated "Yes, these are ALL recorders!" many times. 

Flauto Dolce at the RDU airport, December 20. 

We received many words of thanks from adults waiting to gather their luggage and "Jingle Bells" was played several times for the kids. Some thought music at the airport was a great idea and why didn't their home airports do the same? Good question. Way to go, RDU!

hip=historically informed performance


The North Carolina HIP Music Festival Schedule has been announced!
2018 brings several more ensembles, master classes 
and a festival orchestra to the line-up!


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