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:

Quinta Essentia

Workshop with concert 3 June

10:30 a.m - 4 p.m. St Philip's Anglican Church.

80 Catherine Avenue/Crn Stephenson Rd, Mt. Waverley 3149

The program includes a Big Blow featuring South American music; talk and presentation of new and rarely seen recorder and concert.
Register online here

Concert tickets : book with Trybooking on this link

the workshop registration includes the concert

http://quintaessentia.com.br/en/

also see them on YouTube



Workshop for Children

with Renata Pereira from Quinta Essential

Workshop with concert 3 June

1:30 a.m - 4 p.m. St Philip's Anglican Church.

(workshop 1:20 - 2:30, concert 3:00 - 4:00 pm)

80 Catherine Avenue/Crn Stephenson Rd, Mt. Waverley 3149

Register online here


8 July workshop with Ruth Wilkinson, Ryan, Hannah and Alex

30 July Soiree

Spring Weekend

This year: Thursday evening 5 October to Sunday afternoon 8 October



And ...

Unholy Rackett (Simon Rickard, Brock Imison, Jackie Newcomb, Mathew Manchester and Tom Baldwin) 
will be playing at 6pm in the Melbourne Recital Centre Salon on 22 May 6pm

  Il Maestro del Fagotto 

works by Bartolome de Selma y Slavered  and contemporaries



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.