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Published: February 24, 2019

Today we’ve had a chance to perform in a beautiful chapel of the Retirement Community in Catonsville, MD. The atmosphere was amazing and the audience was super friendly. We could present all recorder sizes (from sopranino to contrabass) and types (renaissance, baroque, and transitional recorders). Most of the audience saw different kinds of the recorder […]

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Published: February 22, 2019

I was honored to play with North Carolina Baroque Orchestra in the series of concerts and lectures on Jan 29 – Feb 2.  Program:  Fallt mit Danken, fallt mit Loben, BWV 248.IV (Part IV of Weihnachts-Oratorium/Christmas Oratorio), JS BACH Das ist je gewißlich wahr, Heinrich SCHÜTZ Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht, BWV 124, JS BACH Magi […]

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Published: November 19, 2018

“Only” 15 recorders…Much or less it seems, my list of needed instruments is far to be accomplished. However, I believe this is a normal case of a recorder player.  We can assume that the recorder needs and the purchase decisions can be based on these categories:  Size: sopranino, soprano, alto in f/g, tenor in c/d, bass, great […]

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Published: November 8, 2018

This is my first contact with the recorder. However, my serious playing started at the age of 7. At this time, the recorder in the Czech Republic served as a tool to prepare children for playing some genuine instrument, such as flute, trumpet, or clarinet. No recorder in Czech conservatories and no skilled recorder teachers. […]

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