For sites dealing with recorder ensembles, or orchestras.
A group of both staff, students and local players at the University of Dundee.
A quartet from the Netherlands consisting of Karel van Steenhoven, Bertho Driever, Daniël Brüggen and Daniel Koschitzki.
European recorder quintett with musicians from Germany, Belgium, Austria, and Switzerland. Site with information about the members, their performances, and audio clips.
Dutch Recorder Quartet playing on hand-built instruments by Adriana Breukink.
A duet from United Kingdom: Kathryn Bennetts and Peter Bowman.
A group from SE England specialising in early music on recorders and other early instruments.
Biography, discography, and booking information for the Netherlands-based quartet.
A group of up to 25 young musicians.
Exploring the diverse styles of music through large ensemble playing, providing musical opportunities to area recorder players, and providing educational opportunities to the public that demonstrate the history and versatility of the recorder.
Recorder Consort founded by Kathryn Corrigan, Inga Maria Klaucke, Oonagh Lee, Gail Macleod and Roselyn Maynard while all were students at the Royal Academy of Music.
Swiss ensemble that performs music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Baroque recorder quartet based in Montreal.
Members from Devon and Cornwall play larger scale and more adventurous works specifically arranged or composed for the orchestral format.
Bart Spanhove, Han Tol, Joris van Goethem and Paul van Loey travel around the world with more than 150 recorders in tow performing for international audiences.
California based husband and wife recorder and violin duo.
Recorder quintet with a repertoire from medieval polyphony to contemporary jazz. Information about concerts, the players, educational work, and mp3 samples.
HERO is a band of enthusiastic recorder players throughout the Midlands who meet in Coventry to play music from all eras, both arrangements and original recorder orchestra compositions.
LARO consists of thirty-six members performing a repertoire of varied periods and genres.
Palo Alto, California. Membership, calendar, events, newsletter, resources, and links.
The Society of Recorder Players founded this fully-constituted, orchestrally-organised, professionally-conducted ensemble for advanced young recorder players.
Based in Gloucestershire, they explore the recorder orchestra repertoire, from the 16th century Renaissance up to the present day. Conductor is Pam Smith.
Recorder virtuoso from the United Kingdom.
All-female recorder consort based in Cumbria, UK, who play music from the Renaissance to the present day.
A group of recorder players of various degrees of proficiency from Medford, Oregon.
An orchestra with sections playing sopranino, descant, treble, tenor, bass, great bass, and contrabass recorders.
ABC is performing historically informed programs and concerts appropriate to the venue. Shown are upcoming events, CD'sby the consort, and contact information.
One of Germany's largest recorder orchestras, based in Dortmund. It consist of some 50 members playing instruments from Garklein to Sub-Contrabass in F.
This group from the United Kingdom met while studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and offer a repertoire ranging from medieval to modern.
They hold monthly sessions in the Hall of Christchurch, Shieldfield, Newcastle upon Tyne.
A non-profit, volunteer ensemble of recorder players.
A recorder consort from The Netherlands.
A group of young amateur musicians who were members of the "Klingende Runde für jung und alt, Schwanewede".
A performing ensemble based in North Texas specializing in music for recorder quartet and quintet.
Amateur recorder group from Seattle who play Renaissance and Baroque music.
The recorder duo of Letitia (Tish) Berlin and Frances Blaker of Albany, California
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