Volume 42, Issue 3
News in Brief
Folk, Wind and Fire
Folk recorder players Michelle Holloway and Finn Collinson meet for the first time to discuss folk music on the recorder, musical journeys, pushing boundaries and their upcoming new albums.
Exploring Origins with Lucie Horsch
Barbara Law talks to the innovative young Dutch recorder player as she arrives in England for her tour with Fuse Ensemble to promote her new album Origins, featuring a range of music rooted in folk culture.
TARF – Tel Aviv International Recorder Competition
Drora Bruck, a leading Israeli recorder player, tells us about the competition and other Israeli recorderists.
Susanne Fröhlich introduces us to this large Berlin-based ensemble of c.50 soloists from different traditions, adapting their line-up to different performance contexts.
‘Tell Them I’ve Had A Wonderful Life’
The recorder and piano music of Sören Sieg presented by Chris Orton
Summer: a new concerto by Nicholas Olsen
Nicholas Olsen and Lászlá Rózsa interview each other to exchange their thoughts on the piece, their collaboration, and the performance.
ERTA - the European Recorder Teachers' Associaton
Chris Orton reports on ERTA's delayed 2021 AGM, and we meet ERTA members Dillon Connolly and Marion Robertson.
Centre Spread: Grey from Summer by Nicholas Olsen
Markus Zahnhausen 1965-2022
Andrew Mayes, Andrew Collis and Michala Petri pay tribute to the late recorder player and composer.
SRP News (expanded)
Vice-President Helen Hooker talks about her path into the recorder world, and we learn about the SRP's charitable status, the Walter Bergmann Fund's work in East London with BLOCK4 and COMA, and a Klezmer workshop in East Berkshire. SRP branches report via Jean Campbell. .
From Ulli Burchette, Chris Blanch, Adam J Dopadlik, Anne Martin, Steve Marshall and Alison West. Click here for the music titles.
Recent CD Releases
Fiona Hook reports on some new releases.
Recorder in Education Conference
Heidi Fardell tells us about the event at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in July 2022,
Electro-acoustic, conceptual and post-jazz
with Dominik Strycharski
Notes on a page
Busy young recorder player and teacher Elspeth Robertson tells us about her journey.
Click here for recorder music reviewed in this issue.