The Dallas Recorder Society invites you...|
Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet Concert and Workshop
This is a rare opportunity to hear and study with one
of the world's premier professional recorder groups.
All events will be held at the Highland Park United
Methodist Church, 3300 Mockingbird Lane (N.E. corner
of Mockingbird and Hillcrest), Dallas, TX 75205. Map
and directions available at
Workshop: Saturday, Feb. 28, 2004
1 p.m. - 5 p.m., Wallace Building
Fee: $35, Pre-registration strongly requested
Concert: Sunday, Feb. 29, 2004
7:00 p.m., Cox Chapel
Admission: $15 general / $10 student-senior
Tickets available at the concert
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A concert will be held on Sunday evening in Cox
Chapel. Expect to hear the recorder as you've never
heard it before. Be taken on an entertaining journey
through music of medieval times through the present.
This will be a concert not to be missed and a very
rare opportunity in Dallas, Texas.
The workshop will be held in the Wallace Building
attached to Highland Park United Methodist Church.
Members of the Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Recorder
Quartet will be the featured faculty of the workshop.
Players of all skill levels are invited to attend the
workshop. Even if you do not play and would like to
attend the workshop, please join us.
Activities planned are a masterclass, technique, large
group playing, and ensemble coaching (form your own
ensemble of 2 or more people, or, we will form
ensembles for those who do not have one). Music will
be provided for the group sessions. We will also have
music for smaller ensembles or you may bring your own
music that you would like to work
on. A harpsichord will be available and an
accompanist will be available for those who need one.
Workshop details and a registration form are available upon
request. This event has passed. Registration forms are
no longer available.
About the Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Recorder Quartet
Celebrating its 25th season, the Amsterdam Loeki
Stardust Recorder Quartet has been one of the world's
premier recorder groups with an extensive concert
history and discography.
The members of the Quartet as it stands today - Daniel
Bruggen, Bertho Driever, Daniel Koschitzki and Karel
van Steenhoven - enjoy an international career and are
recognized as a serious ensemble of unparalleled
virtuosity. They have appeared together at many early
music festivals including those in Berlin, Utrecht,
London and Sapporo, and regularly tour throughout
Europe, the USA and Japan.
In addition to the classic consort music of the
Renaissance and Baroque periods, the Quartet's
repertoire includes music from the medieval period to
the present day. Many of their works are pieces that
have been written or arranged specifically for the
The group performs on their unique collection of over
100 Renaissance, Baroque and modern recorders, ranging
from the 8-inch sopranino to the 9-foot
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