The Southern California Recorder Society is an organization for recorder enthusiasts in the greater Los Angeles area. Recorder players from beginning to advanced levels are invited to join. We meet the first Saturday of the month from September through June to play the recorder and to learn, under a different conductor each month, about renaissance and baroque music.


Click here to join.  If you wish to attend for the first time as a non-member, it is free. 

Click here for instructions on how to download music from this site.

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Upcoming Events

SCRS Meeting

December 3 at 2pm, St. Andrew's Lutheran Church

Conductor: Marylin Winkle (bio)


Music from Spain & Latin America

Cancionero de Palacio, Juan del Encina (1468-1530)

  • Si abrá en este baldrés

  • Si d'amor pena sentís

  • Una Sañosa Porfía

  • Durandarte

  • Como esta sola mi vida

  • Oy comamos y bebamos

Improvisations on La Folia/Canarios

  • Un sarao de la chacona, Juan Aranes (1580-1649)

  • Ave Maria, Jerónimo de Aliseda (1548-1591)

  • Verbum caro, Cancionero Uppsala

  • Madre de los primores, attr. Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-1695)


RPW Fall 2022 Classes

Oct - Dec, St. Bede’s Episcopal Church and online

Recorder Player's West with Inga Funck

RPW is offering blended online and in-person classes for the fall semester.


Site Updates


Play At Home Series

Last Update: December 3, 2022

Play group pieces in the comfort of your own home by downloading scores and practicing with audio files. New pieces are uploaded every other weekend, so keep checking back!

Most recently added:

  • Robert Schumann - An die Sterne


*Headphones recommended