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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

Our Mission:  to provide musical excellence through innovative performances and education

using the medium of handbells


Twin Cities Bronze selected to perform at Handbell Musicians of America National Seminar

Twin Cities Bronze, under Artistic and Music Director Amy Maakestad, announces their 2019 Summer Tour culminating with a performance at the handbell Musicians of America National Seminar in St. Louis. Twin Cities Bronze will kick off the Seminar performing the Welcome Concert.


Prior to playing at National Seminar, Twin Cities Bronze will be on their 2019 Summer Tour in America's heartland, performing, innovating and educating.


The tour program is titled "Perfect Pairings" and is a musical feast of contrasting pieces that share a common element. Showcasing Twin Cities Bronze's versatility, acumen and love for handbell ringing, the perfect pairs are a visual and auditory treat. This is not a program you want to miss.

Congratulations to composer Jason W. Krug and Twin Cities Bronze. Jason's handbell composition "Novus" - commissioned by Twin Cities Bronze - has been published by From the Top Music. Order "Novus" for your choir HERE.

The newest commissioned handbell composition in the Twin Cities Bronze catalog is by H. Dean Wagner. "Song of Peace" is lovely and accessible for most handbell choirs. Thank you, Dean!


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/St. Paul, MN.

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