Summit 2012: Unlimited Possibilities – Tentative Class Schedule posted!

Area 9 Summit Working Schedule

Interested in planning early?  View the tentative class schedule for Summit 2012 at the link above

INCLUDING:

  • Beginning and Advanced 4-in-Hand Technique
  • Bass Bell Technique
  • Working with Kids
  • Bells in Contemporary Worship
  • Beginning and Advanced Conducting
  • Boomwhackers
  • “Every Technique in the Book” – a study on standard and new/upcoming techniques!
  • Bell Tree Music/Technique with Barb Brocker
  • Special Populations – Working with individuals with special needs
  • Bringing the “Drama” to your musicianship & performance — making your bell ringing dramatically musical!
  • Malleting
  • Community Ensemble Roundtable
  • Rhythm Exercises with Michael Glasgow!
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Posted on May 1, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Do we have a schedule with times to begin making decisions on what classes we can take around rehersal times, etc.?

  2. Will the All-Star Audition times be assigned at check in or before we get there?
    I notice there are 2 rhythm classes with Glasgow, #23 & #26. Will this be the same class, just different times or is #26 building on #23?

    • Hi Jerry,
      There will be a sign-up sheet at the registration desk for audition times, first come, first serve. Also, the Rhythm classes taught by Michael Glasgow are all the same class offered at different times. We anticipate this to be a popular class! See you there!

  3. Is the concert on Friday night open to the public?

    • Every concert at Summit is open to the public — the Barb Brocker concert on Friday evening is $20, and all other concerts (Houston Bronze with Brookwood Bells on Saturday, and East Texas Handbell Ensemble with quartet vibre on Sunday) are $10. The Saturday and Sunday concerts are both featured while lunch is served to registrants, the cost of which is included in the registration. For those purchasing tickets to those concerts, lunch is not included. We’re so excited — we’re very lucky to have all of these performers with us, and the concerts are going to be fantastic! Thanks!

  4. Is advanced 4IH offered at any time when an All-Star rehearsal is not taking place?

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