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Also see the Societies, Organizations, Foundations & Associations links page for a full listing of music organizations on the web.

American Recorder Society

American Recorder Society
P.O. Box 631
Littleton, CO 80160
Email: amrec@aol.com

Early Music America

EMA is an important resource to early music in North America, and particularly in the USA where the very existence (to speak nothing of flourishing) of the arts depends critically on the eternal vigilence of advocacy groups. When EMA talks, the NEA listen – if you care about early music hereabouts, you should join.
Membership perks include a journal, a newsletter, discounts on admission to participating concert series, and the knowledge that your thirty-five bucks (twenty for students and seniors, forty-five for families; other rates apply to institutions and overseas members) is going to support the cause.
Early Music America
300 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-4544
telephone: 617 424-9787
fax: 617 266-4217

Historic Brass Society

Historic Brass Society
148 West 23rd Street #2A
New York, NY 10011 USA
Tel/Fax: (212) 627-3820
Email: jjn@research.att.com

Koussevitzky Recordings Society

The Koussevitzky Recordings Society, Inc. was established in 1986 to celebrate the art of legendary conductor, Serge Koussevitzky. At that time, none of his many commercial recordings were in print and his contributions to the musical life of our century had been almost completely forgotten. Our first effort was a nationally distributed radio program, "Koussevitzky and American Musical Independence". At the same time we embarked on a series of interviews, and the results of our research are published in the Society's annual journals. The Society is a non-profit corporation staffed entirely by volunteers.
Koussevitzky Recordings Society
1211 W. Hill Street
Carbondale, IL 62901-2463
Email: Tom Godell

The Rachmaninoff Society

The Rachmaninoff Society is an international organisation founded in 1990 to encourage and bring into contact all those who appreciate the life and music of the Russian composer, pianist and conductor Sergei Vassilyevich RACHMANINOFF (1873-1943).
The aims of the Society are to further research and study of the life and works of Rachmaninoff and to promote greater awareness and appreciation of his music and art. The Society publishes a quarterly Newsletter which contains correspondence, varied articles, CD reviews, news of forthcoming concerts and recordings and members' news and for sale/wants advertisements as well as longer articles and essays of a more technical nature.
The Rachmaninoff Society
4 Springfield Cottages
New Road
Rotherfield
East Sussex TN6 3JR, England

The Leopold Stokowski Society of America

The L.S.S.A. is a non-profit corporation founded in 1983. The Society published a semi-annual journal titled Maestrino, which is now available on the web. The society's original purpose was to publish articles about the Stokowski legacy, produce an annual recording and to encourage the major recording companies to reissue Stokowski recordings. Over the next 12 years we produced 12 recordings.
The Leopold Stokowski Society of America
106 East Curtis Street
Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050
(614) 392-LSSA
Email: Robert M. Stumpf II
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