The British Clavichord Society welcomes everyone with an interest in early keyboard instruments. Members include performers, teachers, instrument-makers, and many people who simply enjoy listening to the clavichord and learning more about it.
The British Clavichord Society was formed in 1994 to support the understanding and enjoyment of the clavichord. It promotes recitals, workshops and lectures on the history, construction and repertoire of the instrument. It publishes a newsletter three times a year, which offers interesting and informative articles; reviews of concerts, books, music and recordings; and news of clavichord events in Britain and other European countries.
The Society also maintains a Register of Professional Services which includes a list of performers, teachers, makers, restorers and tuners of the clavichord in Britain and elsewhere.
Benefits of Membership at a Glance:
- BCS Newsletter: published three times a year.
- Reduced admission to most BCS recitals, study days and other events.
- Reduced costs on a subscription to the twice-yearly journal Clavichord International.
To join click here.
updated 17 january 2014