Corporate Members

 

The following businesses and other corporate bodies support the Society of Recorder Players

Mollenhauer Recorders

recordercourseslyme.com

Schott

Société des Amis de Arnold Dolmetsch


Mollenhauer Recorders

Being one of the oldest active workshops of woodwind instruments since 1822, Mollenhauer is devoted today exclusively to the manufacture of traditional and innovative recorders, comprising various series for the beginner, amateurs and professional players

Contact: Stefan Kömpel

Email: salesatmollenhauerdotcom

Tel: +49 661 94 670

Web: www.mollenhauer.com


Recorder Courses Lyme
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Residential recorder courses in Lyme Regis, Dorset.  All levels from beginners to Diploma, with some of the best tutors from across Europe.

Contact: Josée Beeson

Email: enquiriesatrecordercourseslymedotcom

Tel: 07768 122162

Web: http://www.recordercourseslyme.com


Schott LogoSchott

Classical and educational music publishers with a major catalogue of recorder music.
Contact:
Lana Thompson, Marketing Executive
Address: Schott Music Ltd, 48 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7BB, U.K.
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7534 0744
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7534 0749
Email: lanadotthompsonatschott-musicdotcom
Web: www.schott-music.com
Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/schottmusic


Société des Amis de Arnold Dolmetsch

Contact: Muriel Bellier, 9 Place de Hallai, 72000 Le Mans, France
murieldotbellieratgmaildotcom       00336 22706244


Organisations who wish to become Corporate Members – we thank you for your support. As members you will receive The Recorder Magazine quarterly, a copy of the members’ list and other communications. You are invited to participate in any of the Society’s activities.

The subscription rate for Corporate Members is £70.50 per annum (for the Society’s year to 31 August).

You can download an application form to join or renew your membership. If you have any other questions, please contact the Country & Overseas Secretary, Sandra Foxall cosatsrpdotorgdotuk.
Note that all members have to give a written agreement to abide by the Rules – this is a requirement arising from our charitable status.

Last updated August 7, 2014