Victorian Recorder Guild

The Victorian Recorder Guild (VRG) is a network of recorder enthusiasts - players, performers and teachers - that encourages the playing and performance of recorders.

 

Patron: Genevieve Lacey


To find out more about the VRG, browse through our pages using the menu on the left.


Upcoming program events:

Blow in with Ryan Williams and Matthew Horsley

Saturday 4 February, 2.00 to 5.00

Canterbury Girls Secondary College 

16 Mangarra Rd, Canterbury

We know Ryan for his work for the Guild in recent years, including at Myrniong. His work for us reflects his innovative and interesting approach to the recorder’s possibilities, and we have enjoyed his musicianship as a performer and teacher.

Ryan has been collaborating with Matthew Horsley since 2010 as the  Williams and Horsley Duo, and this will be the first time we have welcomed Matthew as a tutor. Matthew plays  uilleanpipes and percussion, and the duo has performed in classical and folk festivals in Australia, Ireland and The Netherlands. They perform regularly around Victoria, including recently as part of the Recital Centre's 6.00 series.


VRG   Annual General Meeting

Sunday 19 March, 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Canterbury Girls Secondary College 

16 Mangarra Rd, Canterbury

The AGM will be followed by a blow-in. Details will be added here as soon as possible.



And by the way:

  • Here's a link to the Walter van Hauwe and Ensemble Emovere concert as recorded by ABC

Past Activities: see the past
activities page.

 


The VRG has a FaceBook page for the recorder playing community.


The Victorian Recorder Guild is incorporated in Victoria, reg. no A001316R.
It is registered as a Cultural Organisation (Australian Government, Ministry of the Arts) and has tax deductible gift recipient status.