Friday Class Schedule

Common sessions of various tracks are highlighted in the same color. All certification courses are one color. When selecting classes, make sure you select all sessions included in a track.

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Friday, July 19
Session 9 Session 10 Session 11 Session 12
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM 10:45 AM – 12:00 PM 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Advanced Ringing Track
Session 5 of 5
Ed Rollins
CLOSED
Certification
Level 3: Conducting
Session 1 of 4
Lee Afdahl
All Star Choir
Session 5 of 7
KC Congdon, Arnold Sherman
All Star Choir
Session 6 of 7
KC Congdon, Arnold Sherman
Beginning Solo Techniques
Ronald Bellamy
Creating an Interactive Concert Performance
Josh Fitzgerald
Certification
Level 3: Conducting
Session 2 of 4
Lee Afdahl
Certification
Level 3: Music Theory
Session 3 of 4
Michael Glasgow
Certification Level 3: Music Theory
Session 2 of 4
Michael Glasgow
Distinctly Teen Rehearsal
Greig Ashurst
Certification Level 3: Handbell Techniques
Session 4 of 4 (Test option 2)
Michèle Sharik
Coordination Conundrums
Michèle Sharik
CLOSED
Coppers Musicians: Handbell’s Middle Child
Ellie Hodder
Do It Right & Make it Beautiful
Hyosang Park
Creating an Interactive Concert Performance
Josh Fitzgerald
Coppers Musicians: Handbells’ Middle Child
Ellie Hodder
Creative Techniques for Teaching Young Musicians
Neesa Hart
Do You Come Here Often?
Stevie Berryman & Michael Glasgow
Different Assigning Strategies
KatRyn Howell
CLOSED
Handbell Director Bootcamp
Session 6 of 6
Bill & Carolynne Mathis
Distinctly Teen Rehearsal
Greig Ashurst
Innovation
& Success in Ringing
ringTrue Music
Do You Come Here Often?
Stevie Berryman & Michael Glasgow
Make an Origami Lucky Pouch
Hyosang Park
Got Two Hands, How Many Bells?
Hyosang Park
Intermediate Ringing Track
Session 5 of 5
Al Reese
Finding the Funds
Neesa Hart
Mallet Techniques (Play Like a Percussionist)
Alex Guebert
CLOSED
HIC Business Meeting Making it Look Easy (Solo Ringing)
Ronald Bellamy
Got Two
Hands, How Many Bells?
Hyosang Park
Malmark Maintenance
Joann Malta
Live Streaming 101
Bob Avant & Derek Nance
Musicality Through Motion Language
Session 3 of 3
Kimberlee Strepka
Handbell Director Bootcamp
Session 5 of 6
Bill & Carolynne Mathis
Music of Young Composers Ringing Track
Session 2 of 4
Matthew Compton
Musicality Through Motion Language
Session 2 of 3
Kimberlee Strepka
Problems, Possibilities & All That Jazz
Ed Rollins
Mallet Techniques (Play Like a Percussionist)
Alex Guebert
CLOSED
New Releases from Lorenz and Soundforth
Lorenz Corporation
CLOSED
Practicing at Home
Ron Mallory
Ringing the Buckets Doesn’t Take Superpowers
Leslie Lewis
Music of Young Composers Ringing Track
Session 1 of 4
Matthew Compton
Practicing at Home
Ron Mallory
Six-in-Hand Methods (For Treble Bell Hogs)
Josh Fitzgerald
CLOSED
Score Study
Alex Guebert
CLOSED
Ringing Solos Musically
Ronald Bellamy
CLOSED
Roundtable: Bronze Ready?
Wendy Ransom
Unpublished Music Reaading Session
Bill Mathis
Teaching Handchimes in Independent Living Senior Communities
Ellie Hodder
Schulmerich Bells: Stopped Sounds
Schulmerich Bells
The Next Level (Beyond the Black & White)
Matthew Compton
Teaching Handchimes in Independent Living Senior Communities
Ellie Hodder

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Use of Tablets to Hold Music

Handbell Musicians of America is committed to upholding the copyright laws of the United States and protecting the rights of our publishers, arrangers and composers.  If you wish to use a tablet computer to hold your music in place of standard paper copies on a music stand, you must contact the publisher of each piece of music to first obtain permission to convert a purchased piece of music to the format required for the tablet you are using.  Copies of the written permission received from publishers must be presented on request from the event organizer, event chair, or Handbell Musicians of America staff. Permission from a publisher for one piece does not imply permission for other songs from the same publisher.  The title of each song used in this format must be included in the written permission received. Attendee should also have legally purchased copies of all music with them for verification.