Classic Bronze 2019
Calling Experienced Ringers for July 3 to 6, 2019!!
Classic Bronze, an advanced massed ringing event, will be held in St. Albert, Alberta, from Wednesday afternoon, July 3 through Saturday evening, July 6. Classic Bronze will feature advanced level 3/4/5 music and is seeking ringers capable of reading level 3 and performing level 5 music.
Interested ringers will need to send the application form, and the reference form attesting to the ringer's skill and musicianship, as well as a registration fee. Application materials are available in .pdf format on this web page in the middle for February. Repertoire will be available for purchase at that time as well.
For details, contact Cathy Koski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bells will peal out at Classic Bronze 2019 with director, Michael Glasgow
Michael Glasgow - Director
Michael J. Glasgow holds B.A. degrees in music and in journalism; as well as a Master of Church Music degree, with emphases in both choral and handbell music. He serves in leadership roles with the North Carolina Master Chorale and the Tar River Orchestra & Chorus. An award-winning composer with an “abundant melodic gift” (New York Concert Review), Michael strives to creatively advance the art of handbell, choral and orchestral music through special projects, assignments and commissions.
Michael made his Carnegie Hall debut conducting his Requiem for chorus and orchestra in June 2017, and will conduct its European premiere in Vienna in June 2019. He is proud to have served as the inaugural conductor for the Anthornis and Anthornis North advanced-ringing events in Minneapolis and Fargo; additional international engagements include England, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Eastern Caribbean.