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May 22. Information can be sent to Phyllis Tincher,
3301 Seminole Dr
Nampa, ID 83686.
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The Northwest Campanologist
There's still time
to register for our Area 10 Conference July 7-9 at Oregon State University, Corvallis.
Registration fee is reduced to $210.
We hope you will be a part of
Ringing, Reunions & Remembrances
. All the details are in the article below.
Please forward this to all choir members and others you know who ring handbells and might be interested.
Phyllis Tincher, Communications Chair
Area 10 Handbell Conference
Have you registered???
Don't miss out on all the ringing, learning, and fun!
Friday - Sunday,
July 7 - 9
Oregon State University
with your Handbell Family and Friends this July for a weekend of ringing and workshops. The early bird deadline has passed - BUT we have decided to reduce the "non-early bird" registration fee to $210.
of the weekend include:
- Friday Ensemble Workshop with: Handbells Unlimited!
- Friday Evening Concert performance by Handbells Unlimited!
- Saturday Evening Showcase Concert
- Bronze Conference Choir directed by Jason Wells
- Division Ringing under the baton of Brian Tervo
- Massed Ringing under the baton of Jason Wells
- Conducting Workshops with Ellie Hodder
- Bell Tree Workshops and One on One coaching with Barb Brocker
- Bells in Worship-Incorporating Bells into Contemporary Worship with Ron Mallory
- Laban Movement and the Art of Handbell Ringing with Diane Barnes
- Read & Rings with Shosh Meyer
- And many others...
All the information!!!
Housing will be in the Weatherford Hall and taking our meals in Student dinning facilities; by using the student housing and meals your room and board costs will add up to about $50 a day-a bargain compared to hotels. Make you plans now to be part of this exciting weekend with your ringing friends - bring your family, they can explore the Oregon Coast (an hour's drive from Corvallis) while you enrich your ringing skills and reunite with old friends.
This event is sponsored by Handbell Musicians of America.
From our Area 10 Conference clinicians
Hello Area 10 Musicians!
I am thrilled to be coming back to the west after living for nearly 12 years in Florida and North Carolina. I can't be more excited to kick off the next chapter in our lives with an amazing weekend of music making together in Corvallis, Oregon! Brian and I have picked some pieces that will push the limits of our musicality and I know will communicate well our love for this musical art.
If you have yet to register, I'm hoping that you can join us after your 4th of July activities for a special AREA 10 Conference July 7-9.
Please bring a musical friend with you and I promise to keep the energy high as we make breathtaking music together. See you in under 75 days!
Greetings Handbell Musicians.
It is an honor for me to be leading the Tins and Coppers divisions at the upcoming Area 10 Handbell Conference in Corvallis. We have some great music planned for the weekend, and I am looking forward to working with each of you over the weekend as we prepare music for our final concert. I would especially encourage individuals and choirs who have never attended an area event before to participate. An area conference is a great opportunity to make new friends, learn more about our art through the classes offered, and share in the joy of making great music together through massed ringing. I hope to see you there.
- Brian Tervo
Scholarships Available for Area 10 Conference
There are some scholarships available for the Area 10 Conference in Corvallis. Details and application are in the document below.
Distinguished Service Award
The Area 10 Board of Directors has developed an award program to honor those who have given an extra effort to the advancement and promotion of handbell and handchime ringing in Area 10. Past recipients include Marcy Winters, Bobbie Benjamin, Marlene Anderson and Blanche Kangas. Nominations for this award will be accepted until June 1, 2017 and the award will be presented at the July 7-9 2017 Area 10 Conference in Corvallis, OR.
Nominees (living or deceased) should:
- have made outstanding contributions to the art of ringing in Area 10. This should include an extended time commitment in activities that greatly exceed normal expectations or are generally perceived as significant.
- be an active member of Handbell Musicians of America or if deceased, have been a member in good standing.
- have performed leadership roles at local, state and/or Area 10 levels.
- not be currently serving on the Area 10 Board of Directors.
To get a Nomination form,
. Completed forms must be submitted by June 1 to Glen Hascall, 5 Westridge Dr., Lake Oswego, OR 97034 or
Your event or concert could be listed here!
Sunday, May 14 - 6:00 pm, Bells in Springtime, Greenleaf Home School Handbell and Chime Choirs, Greenleaf Friends Church on Highway 19 in Greenleaf.
Your event or concert could be listed here!
Friday & Saturday, May 5 - 6
- Siskiyou Summit Handbell Conference, Ashland, with Ellie Hodder, clinician, and Barb Walsh, Bronze Conference Choir Director. See article above.
Saturday, May 20 - 4:00 pm. Pacific Ringers Concert, "Stage & Screen", Songs that captured your heart! Congregational Church, 1760 NW 25th St, Lincoln City. Free will offering. For additional information, contact Georgia Roelof 541-614-1282.
Saturday, June 10 - 7:00 pm. Nativity Lutheran Church (60850 Brosterhous Rd, Bend) presents their 4th annual "community church choir" concert featuring favorite songs and hymns, new and old, with special guests, The Bells of Sunriver, from Sunriver Christian Fellowship. Admission is free; a goodwill offering will be received. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; seats fill quickly so arrive early. An ensemble from the Bells of Sunriver will perform solo, duet, quartet and bell tree pieces. Ringers are Barbara Brocker, Mitzi Putney, Jan Tuckerman and Jane Vakoc.
Bells of the Sound's Spring Concert - "Ring Dem Bells,"
a memorable program of jazz standards and originals that will set your fingers snappin' and toes a-tappin'!
Friday, May 5
- 7:30 pm, Trinity Lutheran Church,
6215 196th St SW, Lynnwood.
Sunday, May 7 - 4:00 pm, First Christian Church of Tacoma, 602 N. Orchard St, Tacoma.
Suggested donation - $10/adults & $8/youth & seniors.
The Rainier Ringers present "Mountain Aire: Celebrate the Journey", a handbell concert featuring the music of nature and celebrating our 20th anniversary. A new arrangement by Ron Mallory, "Mount Rainier Triptych", highlights the grandeur and majesty of our namesake. We will musically transport you "Down by the Riverside" and "In the Hall of the Mountain King". Feel the power and "Colors of the Wind". Join us for the journey as we "Climb Every Mountain" since there "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"!
Friday, May 19 - 7:30 pm, The United Churches of Olympia, 110 11th Ave SE, Olympia. $10 adults, $8 students/seniors, or $25 per family.
Sunday, May 21 - 4:00 pm, Little Church on the Prairie, 6310 Motor Ave SW, Lakewood. $10 adults, $8 students/seniors, or $25 per family.
Saturday, May 20
- Greater Puget Sound Handbell Conference, Green River Community College, Auburn; Ron Mallory, clinician.
Information and Registration
Wednesday - Saturday, July 26-29 - Classic Bronze with Dr. William Payn and Classic Copper with Camille Ream. It will be at St. Albert United Church, 20 Green Grove Dr, St. Albert, Alberta. Additional information.
Please remember to send information for the June issue to me by May 22.