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Chicago Chapter at the University of Chicago Folkfest 2019

The Chicago Chapter of the ARS participated in the 2019 edition of the University of Chicago Folk Festival. The following picture was submitted by Mark Dawson.

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Spring 2019 Workshop Announced for April 13!

Mark your calendar and register now for the Spring workshop with Clea Galhano. Join us as we learn to put more life in our music, using gesture, articulation and phrasing to interpret Spanish rhythms and playful Irish dances. We will … Continue reading

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Viva Italia and Recorders Feb 17th!

Lisette Kielsen will return to our February meeting on the 17th. She will be directing us in a program entitled ‘Viva Italia’. We will also play a piece composed by one of our members, Peter Beck. We hope you can … Continue reading

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Fancy That – Our January 20th Meeting!

Lisette returns on January 20 for Fancy That: Fantasias, Canzonas, and Fugues.Our January 20th meeting will incorporate listening and imitative exercises and the following musical selections from Italy, England, and Germany: Canzona seconda by Giovanni Gabrieli (IMSLP) Dorick Fantasy #2, … Continue reading

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Yuletide Concert, Dec 16th!

Our next meeting is the annual Yuletide Concert. Everyone is welcome to perform, or just listen, and all types of music are also welcome, seasonal or otherwise. This year’s event is on Sunday December 16 at 2 PM. To be … Continue reading

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November 18 Meeting – Tomato, Tomahto

Join us for the November meeting with our regular music director Lisette Kielson. We will be playing English music. Viols and other early instruments welcome!     Our November newsletter is now available: November 2018  

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Next Meeting – German Baroque with Mirja Lorenz

On October 21 we welcome Mirja Lorenz as our director, a member of Black Tulip and of the Chicago Recorder Quartet. Mirja will direct us in a program of music by Northern German organ players and composers of the early … Continue reading

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