6th Annual Snake River Handbell Conference                       

 

Had a great turn-out and time.  Come play with us in 2021.

February 7-8, 2020
Central Elementary School Gym
1415 6th Street South
Nampa, Idaho

David Harris

 

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David M. Harris has been the director of The Raleigh Ringers since January 1990, when he was instrumental in the formation of the group. David is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and has studied conducting privately with Dr. William A. Payn at Bucknell University. David was the director of the handbell program at Hudson Memorial Presbyterian Church, and has served Handbell Musicians of America  as North Carolina State Chairman and as Area III Treasurer. He chaired the national committee that planned the very first Community/Professional Handbell Choir event, Pinnacle 2000, which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. David is in increasing demand as a clinician and guest conductor, and has led several national Handbell Musicians of America events as well as serving as the primary handbell clinician for denominational music events, such as those held at Montreat, Lake Junaluska and Lutheridge. After growing up in the Northeast, David moved to Raleigh with his wife, Kristina. Dave and Kris have three grown children and one granddaughter.

For questions, contact Phyllis Tincher, 208-989-2811 or RingPraise@msn.com.

 

This event is sponsored by Handbell Musicians of America, dedicated to uniting people through the musical art of handbell and handchime ringing.  www.handbellmusicians.org.

   

 

 

Inland Northwest Handbell Workshop                       

                                       March 18-19, 2021

                                                              Central Church

                                                           1124 Stevens Drive
                                                           Richland, WA 99354                                   *Ti

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Shirley Lindberg

Come join ringers from around the Inland Northwest ringing for a weekend of fun, learning, and beautiful music under the direction of Shirley Lindberg.  Ringers of all levels are welcome to this event: there is a Tins track for beginning and less experienced choirs/ringers, directed by Bryant Wilkie and a Coppers track for those who are more advanced, directed by Shirley Lindberg.  

 

Registration is $60.00 per person before January 31, 2021 and $70.00 after that. Registration deadline is March 6, 2021. Fee includes all workshop activities plus morning and afternoon coffee, tea and snacks, and lunch on Saturday. An optional Saturday dinner is available for an additional $10.00 per person.
 
 
 
Also providing instruction:

Marlene Anderson

Bryant Wilkie

Bells of the Sound

 
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This event is sponsored by Handbell Musicians of America, dedicated to uniting people through the musical art of handbell and handchime ringing.  www.handbellmusicians.org.

Stay tuned for registration information.

Coppers Classic 2021

The best just got better. The nation’s premier ringing event for advanced coppers musicians moves to a new date and venue.
 
March 19-21, 2021
                       March 18 (mini-workshop)
Monarch Hotel, Clackamas Oregon 
  • Complimentary airport shuttle
  • Free parking onsite for all
  • 6 meals included for everyone and restaurant/bar onsite
  • Walk to shopping (no sales tax!!), restaurants, light rail
Details at coppersclassic.com.   
Additional info: Ellie Hodder
 
 
 

Coppers Classic – About

Coppers Classic is a massed ringing event for advanced coppers handbell musicians held annually in October, in Portland, Oregon with participants from all over the United States and Canada. Musicians rehearse for three days, Friday through Sunday and present a public concert on Sunday afternoon.

Our handbell musicians are solidly coppers musicians. They have good handbell skills, a commitment to their ensemble and are the backbone of their choir. Passion and the desire to learn and grow as a handbell musician are the qualities that characterize those who will have a great Coppers Classic experience.

Do you love handbells? Do you have a passion to learn, to create the most musical experience of each composition and to celebrate your music making with others who share your joy?  Then Coppers Classic is definitely for you!

Ellie Hodder

ELLIE HODDER is the Founder/Director of Coppers Classic.  

Click here to view past repertoires.  Lots of fun music!

 

 

 

This event is sponsored by Handbell Musicians of America, dedicated to uniting people through the musical art of handbell and handchime ringing.  www.handbellmusicians.org.

 

Siskiyou Summit Handbell Conference                          

Fascinatin’ Rhythms                      

April 30 – May 1, 2021
Ashland, OR

Guest Conductor: Tim Waugh

The 2020 Siskiyou Summit Handbell Conference has been rescheduled for 2021. Tim Waugh will be the conductor and we will be using all the same repertoire from 2020 and offering the same classes plus a couple of others. Watch this space for details later this year.  

For more information contact: Diane Barnes, Diane Barnes or 541-324-0404.

Tim Waugh

Our guest conductor for 2021 is Tim Waugh, an internationally acclaimed conductor,
composer, and performance arts educator. He is well known in many performance mediums, including handbell, choral, church music and musical theater. Early in his career he became noted for his work in conducting and teaching children and youth, and he is excited to continue those pursuits while working with children of all ages! He is a tireless champion for performance arts in the church, classroom and community. Now retired from the classroom, Tim currently is the Artistic Director and Founding Conductor of Charlotte Bronze Handbell Ensemble, a professional community choir, based in uptown Charlotte, NC.

 

 

 

 

Big Sky Handbell Festival                       

April 24-25, 2020
Sentinel High School Gym
901 South Ave. W
                                                                         Missoula, Montana

Michael Glasgow

 

Information * * * Repertoire * * * Fillable PDF Registration Form * * * Non-Electronic Registration Form

Hotels, Restaurants, Maps * * * Director’s Notes * * * Challenge Piece Registration

 

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This event is endorsed by Handbell Musicians of America.

 

Greater Puget Sound Handbell Festival

Brian Tervo

Colin Walker

 
Saturday, May 16th, 2020
 
Clinicians: Brian Tervo and Colin Walker

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Repertoire

       Maestoso Fanfare – Mazzatenta (AGEHR Publishing – AG35383)

Carol of the Bells – Sherman (AGAPE/Hope – HP2375)

Breath of Heaven – Eithun  (AGAPE/Hope – HP2764)

Joyance – Mallory  (AGEHR Publishing – AG35361)

Rainbow Connection – Tervo  (Red River – RRBL5089)

Milele – Krug  (Red River – RRBL5087)

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Mark your calendars! The 2020 Greater Puget Sound Handbell Festival will be coordinated by the Emerald City Ringers this spring. This event will be geared toward ensembles of all skill levels, and will feature a day of ringing under the direction of clinician Brian Tervo.

 
Stay tuned for details.
 
Email Colin Walker for more information.