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Mid-Winter Workshop with Dean Wagner
Saturday, January 20, 2018   8:30am - 4:00pm
Peace UMC and Community of Faith - Shoreview


Mid-Winter Workshop with Dean Wagner

January 20, 2018  8:30am - 4:00pm

Peace UMC/Community of Faith, Shoreview

Online Registration available HERE!

About Mid-Winter Workshop with Dean Wagner and Twin Cities Bronze: 

Hot lunch and snacks included. All music and equipment provided. Dean Wagner will conduct ringers on a journey of discovery as we explore wonderful pieces by various lesser-know composers.  Focusing on musicality, participatnts will be challenged and instructed on utilizing the techniques unique to handbells to make beautiful and engaging music. PLUS! A sneak preview of our new commission written by Dean.

Heitz Handbells and Music will be there! Thank you Carol Scheel for being a part of this event.  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 gloves and a standup binder. Online registration is open NOW!

About Dean Wagner: 

Dean Wagner is known nationally for his work as a handbell composer, arranger, and clinician. “Carillon,” “Fantasy on Kingsfold,” “Amazing Grace,” and “Te Deum” are some of his most popular handbell compositions. Dean serves as a clinician and conductor around the country and has done two European tours with his own ringing choirs from church.

Mr. Wagner is the full-time Director of Music and Organist for the First United Methodist Church of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, where he directs the adult Chancel Choir, the Epworth Youth Choir, which makes annual multi-state tours each year. In addition to directing the upper-elementary age children, he also gives leadership to the fully graded children's choir program ranging from preschool to sixth grade, and a fully graded handbell program of seven choirs.  As an organ recitalist, he distinguished himself by performing the complete organ works of Bach, and his concert engagements have included the National Cathedral in Washington. Mr. Wagner has recorded a solo organ recording entitled Four Centuries of Organ Music.

Dean Wagner holds a Master of Music degree in organ performance from the University of Akron and a Bachelor of Music education degree from Cedarville University.


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