San Francisco Chapter of the American Recorder Society

Recorder players, at all levels, are welcome to play at our monthly meetings; please bring your own music stand.

We meet the Third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m

Christ Church Lutheran, Parish Hall
1090 Quintara St. (corner of Quintara St. and 20th Ave.)
San Francisco, 94116

Directions to Christ Church Lutheran

A $10 playing fee per session may be applied to the $50 annual chapter membership fee. Click HERE for a membership application.

2019 SFRS Workshop: 
     Love is in the Air

Monday, February 18, 2019
10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Christ Church Lutheran
1090 Quintara St. (at 20th Av)
San Francisco, 94116

Please join us for this day of beautiful music in the heart of San Francisco’s Sunset District. Directors Hanneke van Proosdij and Rotem Gilbert will present music featuring the pursuit, pleasures, and despair of love.
 
The registration flier is posted HERE

 



 


Bay Area Recorder Teachers

David Barnett S.F.  and Sonoma 415-205-8959

Letitia Berlin Albany 510-559-4670

Harry Bernstein S.F. 415-333-2755

Frances Blaker Albany 510-559-4670

Drina Brooke Novato 415-892-6452

Robert Dawson S.F. 415-254-1958

Frances Feldon Berkeley 510-527-9029

Greta Haug-Hryciw Bay Area  415-377-4444

Judith Linsenberg Oakland 510-444-4113

Fred Palmer Belmont 650-591-3648

Hanneke Van Proosdij El Cerrito 510-236-9808

David Hogan Smith S.F. 415-665-2083

Joanna Bramel Young Santa Rosa 707-528-6370


Chapter Officers

President: Greta Hryciw (gr8asf@yahoo.com)
Web Conductor: Dana Vinicoff (415) 826-1629 (vinicoff@hotmail.com

Treasurer: Florence Kress (415) 731-9709 (fkress@aol.com)


The mission of the American Recorder Society is to promote the recorder and its music by:

developing resources and standards to help people of all ages and ability levels to play and study the recorder;

presenting the instrument to new constituencies;

encouraging increased career opportunities for professional recorder performers and teachers; and

enabling and supporting recorder playing as a shared social experience.


American Recorder Society http://www.americanrecorder.org

East Bay Recorder Society http://www.sfems.org/ebrs/

San Francisco Early Music Society http://www.sfems.org

Recorder Home Page www.recorderhomepage.net

Boulder Early Music Shop http://www.bems.com/

Courtly Music Unlimited http://www.courtlymusic.com/

Lazar's Early Music http://www.bill-lazar.com/

Magnamusic Distributors, Inc. http://www.magnamusic.com/