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Do you love early music?  Do you play a Baroque instrument like a recorder or a viol?

You’ve come to the right place!

Our members play recorders (soprano, alto, tenor and bass), viols, flutes, violins and other Early Instruments

  • Here’s what we can offer you:

    • A group of 25-30 amateur musicians who love to play together. Renaissance and Baroque music is our passion

    • A new professional coach at every monthly workshop. They come with fascinating musical scores and bring them alive

    • Warm harmonic sounds as we play soprano, alto, tenor and bass parts – just like a choir

    • A friendly welcome and a break for refreshments!



Where and When?

Monthly Sunday workshops from September to May   1:30 pm to 4:00 pm.  Armour Heights Community Centre at 2140 Avenue Road, just south of Wilson Avenue. Parking on site. TTC buses 96 and 162 from York Mills Subway Station.   See Map

Please note:  Due to Covid 19, Fall and Spring workshops will take place online (Zoom)

  All new members are free for the 2020-2021 year!  Please email Elan Dresher, our President, at for information. We would love to see you!


 2020 - 2021 Full Programme

Our next Zoom workshop - 1:30 pm  Sunday, Mar. 7th: Vincent Lauzer   The Montréal recorder virtuoso and popular TEMPO coach is the winner of many distinguished awards and active as both a solo artist and as part of the Flûte Alors recorder quartet. He teaches at the CAMMAC music camp, for the Montreal Recorder Society, and at Université de Montréal’s École des jeunes.  The title of Vincent’s talk on March 7 is “The Imitation Game.



President (2020 - 2021):   Elan Dresher


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