2021 Seminar Series: Join us on November 9

This month, we will explore the many varied articulations that make the recorder sparkle in consort and solo music, and also learn how to tackle difficult passages.  We will play exercises and some examples from the 16th-, 17th-, and 18th-century repertories that will lead to the foundation for a solid technique.

Lewis will be assisted this session by Amy Herbitter. Amy is the music director and recorder player for the Morris Consort, a group she helped found in 1998. She studied recorder with John DeLucia, Tricia Van Oers, and Dan Laurin. She has performed in venues from New York to Boston. She continues to appear as a soloist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania as well as coaching and conducting playing sessions for chapters of the American Recorder Society in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York. In addition, Amy performs on classical and folk guitar in solo performances in these areas. More recently she has focused on bringing the music of these instruments in concerts for residents of assisted living facilities all over New Jersey. She teaches the recorder, as well as guitar, remotely, for individual students or for groups. Amy can be reached at morrisconsort@gmail.com

Visit our 2021 Event Page for more information or to register.

Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners
Through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.