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Area 10 Conference
THE event in the area is just around the corner. If you've been contemplating attending but haven't quite made up your mind, just do it! Send in your registration today. The cost is just $200 for the opportunity to work with great clinicians, attend interesting and helpful classes, and hear Vivace, the amazing choir from Puerto Rico. There are a few choirs ringing tins and coppers that have space for extra ringers so even if your choir isn't coming, sign up by yourself. I'll get you connected with a choir! All information is below and can also be found on our web site, area10.handbellmusicians.org.
Those of you in the Seattle/Tacoma area, please spread the word about the Vivace concert Saturday, June 23, 8:00 pm at the Tacoma Convention Center. For those not registered for the conference, the cost is $10/adults and $5/students. The Final Concert is Sunday at 4:00 pm - be sure to invite your friends to hear hundreds of ringers making beautiful music.
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2012 Area 10 Handbell Conference
June 22-24, 2012
Tacoma Convention Center
William Payn & Shirley Lindberg
Concert by Vivace from Puerto Rico
Lodging on your own
Vivace Concert is Saturday, 8:00 pm
Tacoma Convention Center
Tickets for non-registrants
Conference Check-in Friday, 1-5 pm
Final Concert is Sunday 4:00 pm
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Nancy Hascall in Sunriver, Oregon on September 29
Nancy Hascall will lead a workshop on Musicality for the Handbell Choir, focusing on what musicality is and how you achieve it for your choir. It will also include how weaving, four-in-hand, and other techniques can help you in your choir ringing. Husband Glen will teach bass bell ringing. Time will also be given for your choir, ensemble or soloist to have a private coaching session with Nancy. Homestays with ringers are available on a first-come basis. Sunriver is a great place to bring the family and friends and enjoy the outdoors as well. For further information, contact Barbara Brocker at email@example.com or 541-593-7396.
Handbell Choir Director Needed - Tualatin, Oregon
Tualatin Presbyterian Church is seeking a handbell choir director. This is a paid position. The choir rehearses approximately 10 months of the year and plays once a month in worship Sept-June as well as Christmas Eve, Easter and other occasions to be agreed upon with the Director of Music. They currently own 5 octaves of chimes and 4.5 octaves of bells with access to the remaining 1/2 octave to complete the 5-octave set. Currently they are playing with 11 ringers, varying from advanced to beginner in skill level. For more information, please contact Pastor Ken Evers-Hood at (503)692-4160.
Washington Ringers - Keep informed through Facebook!
Attention ringers in Washington state! Check out the new Facebook page for the Washington chapter of Area 10 (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska) of the Handbell Musicians of America - be sure to "Like" us and learn about ringing opportunities and upcoming events in Washington! Go to http://facebook.com/HandbellMusiciansOfAmericaArea10Washington today!
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Sunday, July 8 - 7:00 pm, First United Methodist Church, 2717 12th Avenue Road, Nampa. Ring Praise Music Ministry Summer Tour Kick-Off Concert. Freewill offering will be taken. See the entire schedule at RingPraiseMinistry.org.
Tuesday, July 10 - 7:00 pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, 237 N Water Street, Idaho Falls. Ring Praise Music Ministry concert with Phyllis Tincher, handbell soloist and Sean Rogers, pianist. Freewill offering will be taken. RingPraiseMinistry.org.
Wednesday, July 11- 7:00 pm, First Church of the Nazarene, 805 Alderson Ave, Billings. Ring Praise Music Ministry concert with Phyllis Tincher, handbell soloist and Sean Rogers, pianist. Freewill offering will be taken. RingPraiseMinistry.org.
Saturday, September 29 - Workshop on Musicality for the Handbell Choir with Nancy Hascall, Sunriver. See article above. Contact Barbara Brocker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-593-7396.
Sunday, June 3 - 7:00 pm, Rainier Ringers (rainierringers.org), a Tacoma area community handbell choir, will be presenting their spring concert titled "At the Movies - Rated B for Bells" at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 101 East 38th St., Tacoma. This exciting movie themed concert will include music from Harry Potter, Star Wars, Beauty and the Beast, Pirates of the Caribbean, and many more. Also performing will be Bells of Bethlehem and Prairie Bells. Admission is free although a free-will collection will be taken.
Sunday, June 3 - 4:00 pm. Concert by the Chancel Bells of Calvin Presbyterian Church under the direction of Danny Reding. With handbell soloist Nancy Kirkner, pianist Janet Anderson, violinist Calum MacKinnon, and the Calvin Sanctuary Choir. A freewill offering will be taken. Calvin Presbyterian Church, 18826 3rd Avenue Northwest, Shoreline. Information also available at solobells.com or by calling the church at 206-542-6181.
Friday, June 22 - Directors' Seminar with William Payn, Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma. Information and registration.
Friday - Sunday, June 22-24 - Area 10 Conference, Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma. William Payn and Shirley Lindberg, clinicians. See the article above for all the forms and information.
Saturday, June 23- 8:00 pm, Vivace Concert at Tacoma Convention Center. $10/adults and $5/students for those not attending the Area 10 conference.
Sunday, June 24 - 4:00 pm, Tacoma Convention Center, Final Concert for the Area 10 Conference, Sensation on the Sound.
Please remember to send information for the July issue to me by June 22.