Twin Cities Bronze

Our Mission:  To provide musical excellence through innovative
performances and education using the medium of handbells

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Application deadline is January 15, 2022.

Twin Cities Bronze is accepting applications for our Artistic and Music Director position.

The Artistic and Music Director is a volunteer position with an estimated time commitment of approximately 10 hours per week with an official start date of September 2022. A strong knowledge of handbell history, composers, and repertoire would be helpful however, not a requirement.

More information here



Twin Cities Bronze Concert

May 1, 2022, 4:00pm

Peace Community of Faith
5050 Hodgson Road, Shoreview, MN

More information coming soon.


Mid-Winter Workshop with Cathy Moklebust
is postponed to September 24, 2022

Join Twin Cities Bronze and Cathy Moklebust for a day of ringing and fellowship as we explore a wide variety of repertoire from many publishers. Review or learn the techniques required for successful performance, strategies for teaching tricky passages, and how to turn the notes on the page into beautiful music. Nothing to ‘schlep!’ Twin Cities Bronze provides all of the equipment.

More information coming soon.




Are you a kid, or a kid at heart? Whatever age you are, Twin Cities Bronze hopes you will enjoy
these printable coloring pages. Thanks to designer Kristine Porwoll, we have these beautiful
outlines made specifically for us! Download, print, and color however you want!
Feeling proud of your masterpiece? Tag us on Facebook or Instagram to share your artwork with us!


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

Performing. Innovating. Educating.