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About the Boston Recorder Society

Founded in 1955, the BRS is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. BRS celebrated its 60th anniversary at the end of the 2015 spring season.

Its mission is to promote interest in the recorder and recorder playing, as well as early music in general, and to provide opportunities for players of all levels to meet others with similar interests and to develop their musical and ensemble playing skills.

Membership in the BRS is open to anyone interested in playing or appreciating music for the recorder and/or other Baroque or Renaissance instruments. Anyone may become a BRS member in good standing, by paying the annual basic membership dues.

Governance: The activities and affairs of the BRS are managed by the Board of Directors, elected annually in April or May by the members.

Our 2015-2016 board includes:
President:    Heloise Degrugillier
Vice-President:    Henia Yacubowicz
Clerk:    Margery Meadow
Treasurer:    Ted Live
at-Large Director:    John Maloney
at-Large Director:    John Krzywicki