If you enjoy playing the recorder you are welcome to join us in the Oxford branch of the Society of Recorder Players. We meet each month to play under the guidance
of our Musical Director or a visiting conductor. All music is provided - bring your recorders and a music stand.
Meetings are usually held on the third Saturday of each month, from 2 to 5.00. Meetings are held at the West Oxford Community Centre in Botley. See the venue page for directions on getting there by car or public transport.
Meetings are free to members and to first time visitors - so come along and try us out.
Annual subscriptions are £45 for individuals, £65 for families and £23 for students.
If you join the Oxford branch you enjoy reciprocal membership with the North Cotswold branch.
Non-members pay £5 per meeting after the first.
You can download a membership application in Word or
pdf, and also a gift aid form.
There is some more information about the music played at these meetings on the programme details page.
The branch has a library of music that members can borrow. See the Music page for information about this and for other sources of music.
The branch has some recorders available on loan. See the Instruments page for information about these and recorder sales and repairs.
As well as our monthly meetings, members meet in Oxford and Upper Basildon to play one-to-a-part. Please contact the treasurer or secretary if you are interested.
There is a group that meets weekly on Thursday mornings in Wallingford: contact the secretary or treasurer for details.
The Windrush Recorder Ensemble rehearses in Cassington one Sunday a month and gives one or two concerts each year. Please contact the Musical Director if you are interested in joining.