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The Portland Recorder Society is a non-profit membership organization that promotes the pleasures of recorder playing. The recorder is a serious instrument with sizes and voices in every octave. Furthermore the recorder is a gateway to many forms of early to modern music and especially the delights of playing in social groups.

The Portland Recorder Society board is still in full swing and working hard to plan ahead for an unforeseeable future. While we have no concrete details at this time as to when and which PRS activities will be available, we are actively following the COVID situation, mandates and restrictions at the local and federal levels, as well as sensible planning when restrictions slowly begin to be lifted. The health and safety of our membership is our number one priority, and we are doing our best to keep our community active and involved during this unprecedented time. We are eagerly awaiting the restarting of PRS activities and will keep everyone updated as we are able to plan future activities safely. Thank you for your continued support and understanding as we work through this together!

Join our PRS online Playing Sessions for 2020!

This season, we will be presenting our monthly playing session online and the best part? It is free to all PRS members. On the second Sunday of each month (see table below), we will gather via Zoom and be led through fantastic music by different presenters. The sessions will last 90 minutes and music will be available online a week before the actual meeting. All meetings will begin at 2:00 pm (PST).

• October 11: Vicki Boeckman

Click here to register for the October 11th meeting!

• November 8: Phil and Gayle Neuman

• December 13: Laura Kuhlman

• January 10: Jamison Forge

• February 14: Greta Hryciw

Your job? First, Pay your dues (click here). You will receive the newsletter which will tell you how to sign up for the next session. Second, you will need to register each month just so we know how many people to expect and it is super easy. Third, the first time, you will need to download Zoom onto your computer, iPad, tablet, phone…whatever device you want to use. Jamison Forge and Laura Kuhlman will be available to help with technical issues.

We will be sending out a link in a separate email to register for Vicki’s Presentation:
“Baroque-en Articulation.”

Online Playing Nationwide

Click here to access our resource page that lists online playing opportunities for social distancing!