Welcome to the Princeton Recorder Society! We promote the appreciation of the recorder as a musical instrument through performance and instruction. With over fifty members, we hold monthly playing sessions from September through May as well as a highly regarded and regularly sold-out annual spring workshop (Saturday, March 22, 2014), all coached by leading professionals. Workshop registration is currently open for members and opens January 20, 2014 for non-members.

Come play with us! We welcome all playing levels! First time visitors, please come on by and try us out at no cost. Then if you like what you see (and hear), please come on back; we'll ask you to contribute $5 per session to help cover our costs.

Join us! By becoming a member, you help support PRS and will enjoy membership benefits: free attendance at our monthly playing sessions conducted by experts, newsletters, discounted annual workshop fee, and access to the extensive PRS music library. Dues for 2013-2014 are $30 individual/$40 couples per year; American Recorder Society Silver Membership is required at an additional $45 per year. Contact an officer for more information.

Next Playing Session (open to the public)

Read the PRS newsletters.

Coming Events

To help stimulate interest in recorder playing, PRS is again encouraging member ensembles to play a few tunes at Communiversity in Princeton, Sunday, April 27, 2014. Communiversity is a big street fair usually attended by thousands of people. We'll play at the Guild for Early Music booth.

If you play regularly with friends, please save the date and let me know if your group plans to play.

If you would like to play but are not part of an ensemble, let me hear from you. I'll try to place you in an existing group or help you form a new one.

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Events in the calendar below with unknown run-times are shown as 2 hours long.

Leadership for 2013-2014
Jere Tannenbaum President
John Burkhalter Vice President
Liz Adams Secretary lxxadams@yahoo.com
Bob Tucker Treasurer
Tom Laresch Webmaster
The Eastern Goldfinch, New Jersey's state bird, perched atop a recorder (alto?)

PRS is a proud chapter of The American Recorder Society

and a member of the Guild for Early Music.

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