He sang with the Pro-Arte Singers, Connecticut’s pre-eminent professional chamber choir. He currently sings with Yale Camerata, the Yale Chamber Chorus and is the baritone section leader at the historic Center Church on the New Haven Green.
Larry teaches privately and at the Neighborhood Music School (New Haven, CT). He is a regular workshop leader for various chapters of the American Recorder Society (ARS), director of Early Music Week at Pinewoods, (2015-17), and has been on the faculty at Amherst Early Music Festival, and a coach for a number of recorder societies and groups. He is currently a recorder teacher for the ARS national Traveling Teacher Program.  Larry received his Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA) in early music (recorder and voice) and continues his musical journey currently focusing as well on viola da gamba and violin.
For more information:
www.lawrencezukof.com
zukoflawrence@gmail.co​


Images from prior concerts

Ann Arbor Recorder Society Spring Workshop

Date:   April 22, 2017, 8:30am-4:00pm.
Meals: Potluck lunch and snacks provided by Ann Arbor Recorder Society members
Location: Turner Senior Resource Center, 2401 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor MI 48105

Annual Spring Workshop: Saturday, 22 April, 2017

​​​Each June, after the final rehearsal of the season, the AARS puts on its Spring Concert at St. Andrews Church in Ann Arbor.


   Date & Location:
   Date:        Sunday June 11, 2017
   Time:        3:00 PM
   Location:  St. Andrews Church
              306 N. Division
             Ann Arbor, MI 48104

  The program is to be announced.


   There will be a reception following the performances.

Ann Arbor Recorder Society

Lawerence Zukof will lead the 2017 Spring Workshop.

Annual Spring Concert

Workshop Theme: ​ ​Music in Tudor England (1485-1603): This was a tumultuous and at times bloody period for Catholics and Protestants after Henry VIII ‘s break from Rome. During this period many composers achieved enormous success despite their religious allegiances and left a legacy of great music. This workshop will explore glorious instrumental and vocal works, including fantasias, madrigals, dances, and Latin and English sacred settings by Taverner, Tye, Tallis, Byrd, Morley and others .

Lawrence Zukof (recorder and voice) has performed extensively with numerous renowned professional performing groups. He toured the US and Europe with the Boston Camerata and has been a recorder soloist with the Civic Orchestra of Boston, Orchestra New England, and the Baroque Orchestra of Holy Lutheran and Trinity Church (NYC).



Recorders & Recorder music for all ages