Local Recorder Groups

Louth Recorder Ensemble

We are a friendly, mixed ability group who meet to play the recorder for pleasure.
We play all sizes of recorder, and a wide range of music to cater for all tastes. Although we play mainly for our own pleasure, we do get invited to play for events such as church flower festivals from time to time, and enjoy these sociable outings.

We meet on Wednesdays at the ConocoPhillips Room, Louth Library, Northgate, Louth, LN11 0LY, from 2.15 to 3.45 pm.

We were all beginners once, and newcomers to the recorder are very welcome.
For more details, contact Margaret Smith mscarlton@btinternet.com


Richard’s Wednesday Group

We are a friendly group of varying abilities.
We always welcome new members who have a basic knowledge of reading music and playing recorder. We play a wide variety of music but the emphasis is on Early Music.
We have chocolate and coffee in the interval. Don’t forget to bring your music stand and a pencil.

Meetings take place Bailgate Methodist Church, Lincoln
on Wednesdays during term time. 7 to 9 pm
Please contact Richard Lindsay on
01522 527391 or 07814457914
e-mail


Lincoln Music Workshop Recorder Group

Meets in North Hykeham on Monday evenings from 7:15 to 8:45pm.
We play a wide range of music in many styles and periods
and welcome players of all abilities.

For further details email
or telephone Michael Bassett on 01522 685292


East Midlands Recorder Orchestra

This orchestra meets on the third Sunday of the month from 2pm to 5pm at St Giles Community Hall, Main Road, Balderton NG24 3LN. Prospective members should have a good standard of playing and sight-reading – and be prepared to play any of the usual sizes of recorder.
The aim is to work on repertoire suitable for orchestral forces: this will be a mixture of compositions and arrangements of music, covering a wide range of styles
For further information see website.

Lincoln Renaissance Band

The Lincoln Renaissance Band is a lively group of 15 (or so) musicians who enjoy playing music from the Renaissance period. We play a range of music from dances to multi-choir works.

For further information see website