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K-State Recorder Workshop

As part of Early Music Month and Play the Recorder Month,  the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance at Kansas State University will host the 2nd annual K-State Recorder Workshop for student and professional music educators, recorder players and enthusiasts, early music fans, and more. The date and location of of this year’s Workshop is Saturday, March 30, 2018, 9:00am-4:00pm in Room 105 of McCain Auditorium (1501 Goldstein Circle, Manhattan, KS).

The Workshop is open to anyone 13 years or older. Previous recorder experience is beneficial, but not required. Participants must provide their own instrument.

Register here:

Registration deadline is Friday, March 22, 2019
Registration fees must be received by Tuesday, March 26, 2019
There will be no registration or payment accepted on-site at this year’s Workshop.

Registration Fee:
Registration is FREE for all students of Kansas State University enrolled for the Spring 2018 semester along with non-student members of the K-State Collegium Musicum.

Registration fee for all others:
$35 if received by December 31, 2018
$45 if received after December 31, 2018

Checks made out to “Kansas State University” should be mailed along with the response receipt from this form to:
K-State Recorder Workshop c/o David Wood
1501 Goldstein Circle
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

Cash payment of registration fees is possible by visiting the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance Office in Room 109 of McCain Auditorium, Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm or 1-5pm. Payment by credit card is not available.

About the 2019 Workshop:
After great feedback from last year, we will offer two separate technique tracks during the morning – one for Beginner to Advanced Beginner players and a second for Intermediate to Advanced players. The afternoon session will focus on large-group playing for all workshop participants. You may refer to the Berlin/Blaker Self-Rating chart ( if you have any doubt about the level of your playing ability.

Anne Timberlake ( has appeared across the United States performing repertoire from Bach to twenty-first-century premieres to Celtic tunes and holds degrees in recorder performance from Oberlin Conservatory and Indiana University. She has coached through Indiana University’s Pre-College Recorder Program and at the Amherst Early Music Festival, the San Francisco Early Music Society, the Virginia Baroque Performance Institute, Mountain Collegium, Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat, and numerous other workshops along with American Recorder Society chapters. She maintains a private studio out of St. Louis, MO, where she also leads a large-group playing session through the local chapter of the American Recorder Society.


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