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    New Amsterdam Recorder Trio     

Daphna Mor  Rachel Begley Tricia van Oers

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NewART and FRQ 
NewART with the Flanders Recorder Consort
In rehearsal: March  2004


New ART at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York: December 2004

The New Amsterdam Recorder Trio (NewART) performs medieval, renaissance, baroque and modern music, as well as arrangements of traditional/world music, and their collection of instruments numbers more than two dozen recorders from makers around the world.  In its short lifetime, the trio has developed an extremely eager and devoted following, appearing in performances throughout the New York tri-state area, including concerts with the world-renowned Flanders Recorder Quartet in both 2003 and 2004.  The ensemble received very strong recommendations in the 2003 Concert Artists Guild competition, and their concerts have gained both local and national acclaim.  A demo CD recorded in October 2002 has been enthusiastically received by listeners.  In 2004 they were featured in the inaugural New York Early Music Celebration, and appeared in concert at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

NewART was founded in 2001 by three recorder virtuosi, from England, Israel and the Netherlands, now living in New York.  They take their name from the original name for New York; their name also reflects both the more recent recognition of Amsterdam as the “recorder capital” of the world and their desire to break new ground in the art of recorder playing.  Individually, the three trio members are each extremely active, both nationally and internationally, as soloists, freelance musicians, and educators.

Page updated January 21, 2005