The American Recorder Society (ARS) is
a national organization of recorder enthusiasts, founded in
1939, to promote the recorder and enthusiasts, founded in 1939,
to promote the recorder and its music.
Membership in the ARS is not required
to participate in local activities, but many Colorado recorder
players enhance their recorder experience through their ARS
membership. To find out more about national benefits, visit
the ARS website at www.americanrecorder.org.
Today there are ARS members throughout
the U.S., Canada, and 30 countries around the world, representing
professional and amateur players, consorts and recorder orchestras,
teachers, students, composers, workshop organizers, and those
who make, repair, or sell recorders.? Active ARS chapters exist
all over North America. Members receive the following benefits:
•Five issues per year of American
Recorder magazine and the ARS Newsletter with information about
music, musicians and everything recorders.
•Members' Library musical editions,
new and arranged recorder music published at least twice per
year exclusively for ARS members.
•The ARS Membership Online Directory,
a means for meeting and locating recorder-playing friends.
•The ARS Personal Study Program,
a resource that provides a systematic way to improve your playing
•Invitations to and discounts for
an increasing number of ARS-sponsored performances and other
activities of interest to recorder players at early music festivals.
Join or renew
with this printable form!