The North East Recorder Orchestra
President Layton Ring
Musical Director John Hawkes
Leader Sandra Foxall
The North East Recorder Orchestra (NERCO) was formed in January 2004 to enable recorder players in the North East of England to rehearse and perform some of the quite large repertoire that is now available for recorder orchestras. At present it has some 30+ members and involves the full range of recorders from sopranino down to contrabass.
Meetings are normally held on the 4th Saturday in each month (no meeting in August) from 9.45am to 12.45 at the church of St John's, Kingston Park: directions.
New members are always welcome. If
you are interested please look at the information on the 'Joining' page.
Meeting Dates for 2016/17:
The 2016/17 Music List is as follows:
Arnold: 2 Cornish Dances, Bloodworth: A Suite of Early English keyboard Music, Byrd: Vigilate, Clark: Variations on Scarborough Fair, Delius: Summer Night on the Water,
Elgar: Salut d'Amour, Gabrielli: Ricercar per Sonar a 8, Geminiani: Concerto Grosso op3 no 3, Grieg: Holberg Suite, Hall: Scottish Border Suite, Luigini: Ballet Egyptien,
Mancini: Moon River, Mozart: Divertimento K270, Pascoe: Kaskan II, Purcell: Music to Dioclesian, Runswick: Norfolk Dances.Seiber: Dance Suite, Telemann: Recorder Concerto, Vaughan Williams: Folk Song Suite, Walton: Crown Imperial, Wiren: Marcia.
Morpeth Methodist Church, May 2009
The North East Recorder orchestra is affiliated to the Society of Recorder Players, a registered charity, No 282751, Scottish Registered Charity No. SC038422