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with Anne Timberlake

Joyful Noise: 5 Ways to Improve Your Sound

Sunday, April 25, 2021 2:00 – 3:30 PM Eastern Time

One of the most compelling things about the recorder is its sound – hauntingly clear, beautifully supple. But achieving that beautiful tone is not easy. In this hybrid session, blending informative lecture with specially selected repertoire, we’ll explore five techniques for improving tone – and how we can use them to deepen our enjoyment of the music we love.

Anne Timberlake has appeared across the United States performing repertoire from Bach to twenty-first-century premieres. 

She holds degrees in recorder performance from Oberlin Conservatory and Indiana University, Critics have described her playing as “dazzling” (Chicago Classical Review) and “preternaturally persuasive” (The Ann Arbor Observer). A Fulbright grantee, Anne won Early Music America’s 2011 Naxos Recording Competition with her ensemble Wayward Sisters.  Anne enjoys teaching as well as playing, and is in demand as a clinician at workshops coast to coast.  Find Anne at www.annetimberlake.com

HMRS Members: Free – – Guests: $10

Sign up details: Ann Timberlake Workshop Flyer

What is HMRS?

We are an interest group dedicated to the study, practice and performance of music for recorders and other early music instruments. Recorders are wind instruments that have existed for nearly 1000 years. Music for recorders was first written in the Middle Ages and is still being composed today. HMRS is a local chapter of the American Recorder Society with a rich history in the Capital District.

Who are the members?

Members come from all walks of life. Some have formal training in music but others simply enjoy music and want to learn, practice, play and perhaps, perform music in a group setting.

What activities do we sponsor?

In addition to regularly scheduled meetings led by chapter members or invited guest leaders, the chapter sponsors day-long workshops led by nationally acclaimed clinicians. The chapter also sponsors outreach events to promote the enjoyment of recorder music at various venues in the area.

When do we meet?

Regular meetings are held twice monthly from September through May. Meeting times rotate between Thursday evenings at 7 and Sunday afternoons at 1:30.

Where do we meet?

Meetings are held in the activity room of the Lynnwood Reformed Church in Guilderland, New York. The site is handicapped accessible with a large parking area.

Questions?

Email us at hmrecordersociety@gmail.com