The very basics: http://www.americanrecorder.org/learn/instructional_videos.html
Why Take Recorder Lessons?
Local recorder teachers:
Kathryn Canan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 916-723-2409. Kathryn
teaches adults and children, all ages and levels, at her home in Citrus
Heights. She has studied recorder with Frances Feldon and Judy Linsenberg and
medieval music with Shira Kammen.
She performs with Baroque and Beyond, the New Queen’s Ha’Penny
Consort, and Simply Renaissance. Her CD of 13th century English
music with Briddes Roune
is available at www.magnatune.com.
Kathryn also tutors Latin.
Gerry Greer, email@example.com, Rocklin
Bay Area Teachers:
Bauer, a native of Germany, studied medieval and renaissance music at the
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, Switzerland. She holds an MA in
music from UC Santa Cruz. Certified in Orff Schulwerk
herself, she teaches recorder to music teachers at the San Francisco Orff
Certification Course. Annette currently also co-directs the music program at
a K-8 school in Oakland, CA, and regularly conducts recorder workshops and
classes in medieval notation in the San Francisco Bay Area. 510-847-7023.
Berlin, Albany. Letitia Berlin received a
master's degree in early music performance practices from Case Western
Reserve University and a bachelor of music from the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro. She performs with Frances Blaker,
Louise Carslake, and Annette Bauer in the Farallon
Albany. Frances Blaker received her Music
Pedagogical and Performance degrees in recorder from the Royal Conservatory
of Music in Copenhagen where she studied with Eva Legêne.
She also studied with Marion Verbruggen in the
recorder and early flutes. Louise holds the graduate teaching diploma from
Trinity College of Music, London, and the diploma for baroque flute
performance from the Arnhem Conservatory in the Netherlands, where her
teacher was Wilbert Hazelzet. She also studied
baroque music performance practice with Nikolaus Harnoncourt at the Mozarteum in
Salzburg, Austria. In addition to her performing activities, Louise teaches
on the faculty at Mills College, and is an active teacher at her home studio
in Oakland. She is co-director of the San Francisco Early Music Society's
Medieval Renaissance Workshop.
Frances Feldon, recorder and early flutes.
Ms. Feldon received her Doctor of Music degree in Collegium Directing from the Early Music Institute,
School of Music, Indiana University. She performs with Flauti Diversi, a chamber music
group recreating baroque music on a variety of early winds, and The Odhecaton, which plays early renaissance music on a
variety of winds and strings. Frances is interested in
giving recorder lessons each month in Sacramento if 4 or more people are
interested. Contact Elsa at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Doris at email@example.com
Want to improve your ensemble skills? Or your articulation,
intonation, and ability to stay in tune with other players? San Francisco Bay
Area teacher, Greta Haug-Hryciw, who has come to
conduct and is now a member of SRS, has offered to travel to Sacramento to
teach. She is available for private as well as group lesons.
Individual (private) lessons are $50 / hour, with a minimum of two and up to
four students scheduled consecutively on the same day. Group or ensemble
lessons are $100 / 90 minutes, with no requirement to schedule additional
lessons on the same day.
Contact Greta: firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 377-4444.
Judith Linsenberg will come to
Sacramento on weekends once a month if at least 4 students are
interested.(510) 444-4113 or email@example.com.
A Fulbright scholar to Austria, Ms. Linsenberg
holds a doctorate in early music from Stanford University and has been a
visiting professor at Indiana University's Early Music Institute and the
Vienna Conservatory. She is co-director of the baroque ensemble Musica
van Proosdij. Hanneke
studied harpsichord and organ with Jacques Ogg at
the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, the Netherlands, where she also studied
recorder and composition. She received her DM (teaching diploma) in 1992 and
UM (solo diploma) in 1995. She performs with Philharmonia
Baroque Orchestra, the American Bach Soloists, Magnificat,
Parnassus Ave, Chanticleer, Orinda and Farallon
Recorder Quartet. Hanneke is the Director of the
San Francisco Early Music Society Medieval Renaissance Summer Festival.
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