May updates

The recorder workshop with Marion Scott has been cancelled.

There is still time to apply for Peter Syrus’s workshop on the music of Obrecht. This is being held in the lovely church in Cilcain. Although dating from the 13th century the church has a fine early 16th century roof and also early 16th century glass in the East window including a weeping virgin.

There are details and forms for our study days with Laurie Stras and Roger Wilkes now available as well.

April Updates,

Do remember to get your application in for the the workshop on the 30th with Philip Thorby.

The workshop for recorder players to be taken by Marion Scott is now linked on the workshops page.

Peter Syrus has his annual workshop to be held this year in Cilcain church and details will appear very shortly.


The web site has been updated today the 21 January and there is new information on nearly every page.

Our next event is a special one for singers. The great Evelyn Tubb is taking a day workshop on the 12th March entitled A different view of Covid – & what it might mean for singers The details and application form are on the workshops page.

Happy New Year to our Membership

Our members will all be renewing their membership for the coming year and we hope to see you at our events in the New Year.

If you are not receiving notifications of our events etc. do drop us a message. There is one member we know we have lost contact with who is paid up but we are missing contact details. So if you are E. Bright please do make contact via the contact us page on the web site.

A couple of unusual Events

There are a couple of online lecture/concerts that might interest you. The first is on the Musette, the bagpipe that became an art music instrument in 18thC France.

And a lecture called Why Play the Serpent from St Cecilia’s Hall in Edinburgh.