Boston-based ensemble performing Medieval and Renaissance music on recorders, harp, vihuela, guitar, voice, and other instruments. 
Let us add a unique touch to your special event!

Lisa Gay, director: recorders, harp, voice
Carolyn Jean Smith: recorders, vihuela
Melika M. Fitzhugh: recorders, vihuela, guitar, viola

Friday, May 31 at 7:30pm
Boston Recorder Orchestra
Recorders can play anything!
First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden Street
Renaissance madrigals and dances, and African-inspired and popular music played on nine different sizes of handmade Renaissance recorders.
Admission free - Donation gratefully accepted
Vegan reception after the concert
information: 617-460-4653,

Tuesday, June 11 at 12:15pm
The Quilisma Consort at the BEMF Fringe Concert Series

A Century of Flemish Polyphony: Johannes Ciconia and Josquin Desprez
King's Chapel, Tremont Street at School Street, Boston (A short walk from Park Street T Station)
A celebration of two great Flemish Composers, separated by a century. Mezzo-soprano Laura Pincus-Vigliotte once again joins Renaissance recorder players Melika M. Fitzhugh, Lisa Gay, and Carolyn J. Smith in a continuation of our year-long exploration of two of our favorite composers. This 30-minute program is all-new repertory and does not repeat our August 2018 performance.
$5 suggested donation
Information: 617-678-2145,

Friday, June 14, 10am-2pm
American Recorder Society

Recorder Relay Concert
Chipman Hall (6th floor of Tremont Temple, 88 Tremont Street, Boston)
The American Recorder Society presents a free series of vignette recitals showcasing outstanding recorder talent. Performances will include solo work, young performers, consorts, established virtuosos, classical works, and contemporary pieces.
One of the vignette recitals is the Boston Recorder Orchestra, presenting excerpts from the May 31st program. Timing of the BRO appearance TBD.
Admission free
Information: 781-862-2894;

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Last updated 10 June 2018