Lost in Time — the masterful recorder trio of Corlu Collier, Jane Boyden and Eileen Flory — will be the featured artists at the next Coffee Concert at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. It will begin at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 15.
These casual matinee concerts come with a tasty dessert and fresh coffee, provided by Paul Mistretta of Strung Out on Beads and Coffee. It’s all included in the admission price, $10 at the door.
Collier is an accomplished player and teacher. She has performed with various ensembles, including the Amici Musicae, the Baroque Players, and the Berkeley Consort. She currently directs the Oregon Coast Recorder Society. At any time, when asked about her activities, she will reply “Music, music, and music.” She also publishes contemporary and new arrangements for recorder under the imprint “Lost in Time Press.”
Jane Boyden has played chamber music most of her life, primarily as a pianist. She was one of the three founding members of the Oregon Coast Recorder Society and continues to acquire more recorders against her better judgment. Jane and Frank Boyden founded Sitka Center for Art and Ecology.
Eileen Flory has played stringed instruments since the fourth grade and almost majored in music. Instead, she went into languages, anthropology, and museum studies.
All three women are members of the Oregon Coast Recorder Society. For information on the society and for a calendar of OCRS and Lost in Time performances, visit www.coastrecorder.com.