Ken Wollitz is the author of 'The Recorder Book'. He studied recorder in the Netherlands as a Fulbright scholar, and is the former President of the American Recorder Society. In 2009 he received the ARS Distinguished Achievement Award. He lives in the New York City area.
Paul Van Loey is a recorder virtuoso. Historical performance practice of renaissance and baroque music is very important to him, but as a member of the Flanders Recorder Quartet he also plays a great deal of contemporary music.
Nina Stern is one of North America’s leading performers of the recorder and classical clarinet. In recent years she is also hailed as an innovator in teaching school-age children to be fine young musicians. A native New Yorker, Ms.
Bart Spanhove is a member of the Flanders Recorder Quartet, or "Vier op ’n Rij". He has written a book about the techniques used in ensemble playing, "The Finishing Touch of Ensemble playing", which has been published in Japanese, German and Chinese.