The Triangle Recorder Society is a group of recorder players from the Triangle area of North Carolina. We meet on the third Sunday of each month in Durham, Raleigh, or Chapel Hill. Meetings are from 2:30-5:00. Meeting fees: $10 members, non-members:the first visit is free; subsequent meetings are $15.00.All skill levels are welcome.
TRS has a new Music Director! Welcome to Jennifer Streeter, who takes the lead as Pat Petersen "retired" in 2014 after 25 years with TRS. Thank you to Pat for your many years of involvement with this organization!
Jennifer Streeter has led occasional TRS playing sessions in the past few years and taught in our spring workshops, all to great acclaim, and has now officially taken over the music directorship from Pat Petersen.
Jennifer has performed throughout the United States and Europe with ensembles such as the North Carolina, Indianapolis and Seattle Baroque Orchestras, Three Notch'd Road, Music of the Baroque, and the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra. She has been featured at the Bloomington, Magnolia and Amherst Early Music festivals. She holds masters' degrees in recorder and harpsichord from the Early Music Institute at Indiana University, studying with Eva Legêne and Elisabeth Wright. Originally from Europe, she now calls Cary, North Carolina home, where she is a sought-after freelance musician and bodyworker.
Patricia Petersen, Durham -- email@example.com Patricia Petersen holds an M.F.A. in Early Music Performance from Sarah Lawrence College. She has been intensely involved with recorder, early music, and English country dance for more than 30 years. A Certified Teacher of the American Recorder Society, she is currently the Music Director of the Triangle Recorder Society in central North Carolina, a Director Emerita of Amherst Early Music Inc., the past director of Mountain Collegium in Cullowhee, NC, and a popular teacher of English country dance, recorder, early music, and Renaissance notation, both at home and at summer and weekend workshops across the country.