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Twin Cities Bronze
is a 501(c)(3)Non-Profit organization. 

All donations are tax deductible.




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Performing       Innovating      Educating

Dec 6 Concert Tickets for The Meltdown Available

Save the date - December is coming quickly, and so is our fantastic annual Meltdown concert! We've moved it up this season, so you'll be able to have a fun afternoon treat to sit back and soak in the joy of the holidays. Tickets and more information are available here. You won't want to miss it!

Mid-Winter Workshop with Tim Waugh

Saturday, January 30, 2016 8:30am-4:00pm
Peace United Methodist Church, Shoreview
$50/person $30/student
(After 12/15/15 $65/person, $45/student)

Online Registration

Hot lunch and snacks included
All music and equipment provided

Enjoy a day of workshops with Twin Cities Bronze and ringing and learning with Tim Waugh, and shopping at Heitz Handbells and Music.

Tim also presents "The Body is the Musical Instrument – movement, breath, rhythm, expression" and a conductors breakout session.

Everyone leaves this Mid-Winter Workshop a better handbell musician. Come by yourself, bring a few friends, or attend as a complete choir. Don’t forget to bring your gloves and a standup binder.

Twin Cities Bronze introduces the new Mobile Classroom! We will come to your group, teach you what we know and what we do on your bells and equipment, and help your group get to the next level. With a variety of classes to choose from, we'll be able to address what matters the most to you. Read more about what we offer...

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Twin Cities Bronze is a performing ensemble specializing in the music and art of English handbells. Selected by annual audition, this ensemble of advanced ringers hails from the metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.

The Shared Values statement for Twin Cities Bronze captures the essence of the organization:

As professionals, to strive at all times for musical excellence
As educators, to share our technical knowledge of this unique medium
As artists, to showcase the diversity of handbells through innovative performances
As friends, to support each other and have fun