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Triangle Recorder Society

About TRS:

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! 

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DECEMBER 2018 TRS UPDATE

Sunday December 16, 2:30-5:00

Carol Woods, Chapel Hill


Join us for our special Holiday playing meeting December 16.  We will meet in the Social Lounge at Carol Woods in Chapel Hill from 2:30 to 5:00. Pat Petersen will lead. We will play from the green TRS Holiday binder and the Eric Haas Christmas Collection, volumes 1 & 2 (beige and gray). Make sure to bring your copies (if you have them) and your music stands!  We have invited the Central Carolina Gamba Society to join us.

After the playing portion of the afternoon we’ll enjoy some Holiday Treats (around 4:30). Please bring your favorite holiday goodies to share with the group! 
 
Feel free to invite your family and friends to attend this special Sunday afternoon playing meeting. Guests may come and go as they please!   

Address:   Carol Woods: 750 Weaver Dairy Road, Chapel Hill.  
Directions:   
http://www.carolwoods.org/directions-to-carol-woods/
Costs: For members, meeting fees are $10.00. For non-members, the first visit is free; subsequent meetings are $15.00.


Brava, Jennifer!

Our own Jennifer Streeter knocked 'em dead in Duke Chapel on November 25 as part of its Bach Cantata Series. Along with fellow recorder player William Thauer, Jennifer was part of the Mallarme Chamber Players and featured in both the opening Intrada and Motet by Altenburg and a longer work by Charpentier. Hopping nimbly  from alto recorder to soprano to (sweet!) sopranino and back again, she wowed us with soaring melodic lines in Charpentier's majestic Antiphons and dazzled with sprightly "Noels" between these more solemn sections.
The concert was a gorgeous approach to the Advent season, and Jennifer gave a brilliant performance. We're proud of our  musical director, and we thank her for sharing her musical talents so generously!

 


New TRS Site Coordinator Named

TRS gives a big welcome to Jim Klausman, our new site coordinator. Jim is new to the Triangle and to TRS. His first act as coordinator was to sign up TRS to play in January at the Forest at Duke, where he lives. 

Jim has a music education background and taught at public schools in New York and Pennsylvania. He was also on the faculty at Marshall University and Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. Jim played recorder for 10 years with the Lake Erie Consort. He is now playing with the Baillie Branslers. 

Welcome aboard, Jim. TRS is lucky to have you share your talents with us.
 
 

TRS Holiday Performances!  


Many TRS members play in ensembles.  If your group is performing this holiday season, please email trianglerecorder@gmail.com and we'll help promote your event on our facebook page and website!  

Thank you to everyone involved in these performances.  Please send info to trianglerecorder@gmail.com or tag us on facebook.  Visit our facebook page to see photos and videos!
  • Flauto Dolce at RDU, Tuesday, November 20
  • Raleigh Recorder Quartet at the North Carolina State Capitol Open House, Thursday December 6 (pictured at top)
  • Raleigh Recorder Quartet at the  Mordecai Historic Park chapel, Saturday, December 8
  • Flauto Dolce at Hillsborough Candlelight Tour, December 9 (pictured above)
  • Raleigh Recorder Quartet at the North Carolina History Museum, Thursday December 13
  • The Baillie Branslers at Emerald Pond in Durham, December 14 at 2:00 p.m. 

 

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. 
 

 

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