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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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Above photo:  TRS members Jan Jenkins, Judy Seltmann, and Dana Deaton performed for 4th and 5th grade recorder students at Exploris Elementary School in Raleigh on March 28.  Students joined the ensemble for "Ode to Joy".  
 

We hope to see you this Sunday!

APRIL 2019 TRS UPDATE

Join us on April 14

2:30-5:00
Carol Woods, Chapel Hill


For our April playing meeting, we will in the Community Room at Carol Woods in Chapel Hill. We will be playing from 2:30 until 5:00 with a brief snack break in the middle.

Jennifer Streeter will lead. We will play from our current anthology.  

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.
 



TRS Spring Recital- Sunday, May 19 - start practicing now!


The annual spring TRS recital will take place at Forest at Duke on Sunday, May 19 starting at 3 pm.  Groups can warm up in various rooms starting at 2 pm.

Performances may include solos or groups, at all levels, with various instruments. Don’t be shy about participating! We all enjoy the sounds of recorders and appreciate the range of skills that we bring together. If you or your group plan to play, please sign up by emailing Jennifer Streeter (jasharpsichord@yahoo.com) by Sunday, May 12 with the following information:

  1. Name and PHONE NUMBER for contact person for the group
  2. Name of piece(s), with movements, sub-titles, etc. (If it's a set of pieces, you can name the set if you like, with the individual pieces under it)
  3. Composer and/or arranger, preferably with dates
  4. Name of group, director, as appropriate
  5. Performer(s), if you wish to list them separately, along with any instruments being played other than recorder
  6. Number of chairs needed, and arrangement
  7. Any desires about being early or late in the program, before or after other pieces in the program, etc.
  8. If your performance is longer than about 5-6 minutes, indicate which portions you are willing to cut if time becomes an issue.  You will be contacted ahead of time should that become necessary.
 

Upcoming Workshops:

Advance your playing, meet new people, and travel to a new city through these great workshop opportunities! 

TRS Workshop a big success!


Thanks to everyone who attended our annual TRS Spring Workshop, "It's About Time", held on March 23 in Durham.  We had a great time!  Photos are uploaded to the facebook page here.
 

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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