Knoxville Recorder Society



Introduction

The Greater Knoxville Chapter of the American Recorder Society was formed in 1995 to promote early music performance in east Tennessee and neighbouring states.  The group explores a wide variety of music which includes repertoire from the Medieval through Contemporary periods.  

Instrumentation is principally recorders augmented by viols, crumhorns, cornamuses, psaltry, harp, a variety of percussion, cornetto, sackbut and serpent. Meetings are held one Saturday a month, September through May, and are open to anyone having an interest in early music performance (all levels are welcome).

Greater Knoxville Recorder Society meetings are in workshop format; some are led by invited teachers and some are group play daysPlease see the Schedule and Contact pages for more information.