Wednesday Class Schedule

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Wednesday, July 17
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM 10:45 AM – 12:00 PM 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM 3:45 PM – 5:00 PM

Advanced Ringing Track
Session 1 of 5
Ed Rollins
CLOSED

Advanced Ringing Track
Session 2 of 5
Ed Rollins
CLOSED

Add Bells and Stir! Processionals
Kathleen Wissinger
CLOSED

A Hand Clappin’, Foot-Stompin’ Funky Good Time
Michèle Sharik
CLOSED
Bell Trees: In the Beginning
Barbara Brocker
CLOSED
AGAPE/HOPE Publishing: There’s Always Hope
Hope Publishing
CLOSED
All Star Choir
Session 1 of 7
KC Congdon, Arnold Sherman
Add Bells and Stir! Processionals
Kathleen Wissinger
Certification Level 3: Arranging & Composing
Session 1 of 3
John Behnke
Bell Trees: Beginning Keyboard
Barbara Brocker
Bell Trees: Beyond the Basics
Barbara Brocker
CLOSED
All Star Choir
Session 2 of 7
KC Congdon, Arnold Sherman
Concrete Solutions for Common Problems
Arnold Sherman
CLOSED
Certification
Level 3: Handbell Techniques
Session 1 of 4
Michèle Sharik
Building Skills for the Ensemble
Session 1 of 2
Emily Li
CLOSED
Beckenhorst Showcase Session
Beckenhorst Press
Creating & Sustaining A Handbell Program for Young
Ringers
Neesa Hart
Conducting Creatively I
Beth Judd
Certification Level 3: Handbell Techniques
Session 2 of 4
Michèle Sharik
Building Skills for the Ensemble
Session 2 of 2
Emily Li
Flute Choir
Sondra Tucker
Fascinating Rhythm
Session 1 of 3
Cathy Moklebust
CLOSED
Conducting Creatively I
Beth Judd
Certification Level 3: Arranging & Composing
Session 2 of 3
John Behnke
Four-in-Hand Techniques
KatRyn Howell
CLOSED
Finding the Funds
Neesa Hart
Creating & Sustaining A Handbell Program for Young Ringers
Neesa Hart
Four-in-Hand Techniques
KatRyn Howell
CLOSED
Handbell Director Bootcamp
Session 1 of 6
Bill & Carolynne Mathis
Flute Choir
Sondra Tucker
Doubling Down with C2-B2 Choirchimes – A Guide for Ringers, Directors & Composers
Malmark Bellcraftsmen
Handbell Director Bootcamp
Session 2 of 6
Bill & Carolynne Mathis
Intro to Conducting
Al Reese
Metal & Muscle
KatRyn Howell
Fascinating Rhythm
Session 2 of 3
Cathy Moklebust
Intermediate Ringing Track
Session 2 of 5
Al Reese
Multimedia in Handbell Performance
Ron Mallory
Organizing Your Ringing Year
Kathleen Wissinger
Intermediate Ringing Track
Session 1 of 5
Al Reese
Problems, Possibilities & All That Jazz
Ed Rollins
Ringing the Buckets Doesn’t Take Superpowers
Leslie Lewis
CLOSED
Recording All Parts Yourself
Ron Mallory
Overview of Music Theory
Ron Mallory
Say Goodbye to Cups and Sticks (Great Musical Games)
Josh Fitzgerald
Solo & Small Ensemble Music Showcase
Heitz Handbells and Music
Taming the Buckets (Assignments and Using Table Space Effectively)
Leslie Lewis
Schulmerich Maintenance
Marie Page
The Power of One: Unison Exercises
Kathleen Wissinger
Whitechapel Maintenance
Sandra Winter



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Use of Tablets to Hold Music

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