The Highland Park Recorder Society of New Jersey (HPRS) is an educational not-for-profit organization that was founded in 1987 as a chapter of the American Recorder Society. Its purpose is to cultivate and foster a love and appreciation of the art, history, literature and uses of the recorder, and raise the level of proficiency in its performance. The Society chooses repertory that showcases various schools of music within the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and current period
Founded in 1965, the Princeton Recorder Society, Princeton NJ, is an organization of more than fifty members. Its purpose is to promote the appreciation of the recorder as a musical instrument through performance and instruction. Monthly meetings are held on the second Tuesday from September through May. An annual workshop is directed by leading professionals.
PRS welcomes members of all playing levels. Membership benefits include monthly meetings conducted by experts, news