Wyoming Spring Ring

 May 6-7, 2022 – Casper, Wyoming

Join Us at Wyoming Spring Ring 2022!

Two days with clinician Michael Glasglow, brings ringers together for a mass-ringing event in Casper, Wyoming.

Register Here!

Registration Form

PDF Registration Form

Registration Fees

$45 ($47 if paying by credit card) per ringer for Members of the Handbell Musicians of America and their affiliated members.

$55 ($57 if paying by credit card) per ringer for non-members.

 Not a member? Join here .

Lunch Cost

Lunch choices – includes coffee, iced tea, chef’s choice of dessert, tax & tip
Baked Potato Bar – all the fixings plus garden salad with dressings – $12.30
Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad – $14.76 

When you complete the registration form, it will be sent to the Area 11 Event Chair, Mary Moffett. 

If you would like to pay by credit card, click here:  Pay with PayPal 

Enter the Grand Total into the PayPal. PAYMENT ALONE DOES NOT MEAN YOU’RE REGISTERED!  Don’t forget to submit the form and your payment.  

You may also send your registration and fees to: (check payable to  Area 11)

Carolyn Deuel
1824 Lynwood Pl.
Casper, WY 82604

Ramkota Hotel and Convention Center, I-25 and Poplar St, Casper, Wyoming

Rooms are $70 (please make your own reservation) 307-266-6000

Michael Glasglow

Michael J. Glasgow owns a LOT of black clothing. His work is legendary in church music, advertising, and supermarket-food-demonstrations (it was a dark time for him, but little old ladies still talk about his pioneer efforts with cutting-edge bagged salad). In addition to his work at North Raleigh UMC, Michael is the Bass Section Leader for the NC Master Chorale, and the Choral Conductor for the Tar River Orchestra & Chorus. Heralded for his “abundant melodic gift” (New York Concert Review), Michael is an award-winning composer of organ, handbell and choral works, and keeps busy with commissions (as well as pet projects that will never sell). Michael made his Carnegie Hall debut conducting his Requiem for chorus and orchestra in June 2017, and conducted its European premiere in Vienna in June 2019.

Friday, May 6, 2022
5:00 – 6:30 p.m. – Arrival, registration and set-up of tables and bells.
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. – Rehearsal

Saturday, May 7, 2022
8:30 – 10:30 Mass Rehearsal
10:30 – 11:00 – Break
11:00 – 12:00 – Class Session – “Past the Parentheses and Beyond the Brackets”
12:00 – 12:45 – Lunch
12:45 – 2:00 – Mass Rehearsal
2:30 Concert – There is no admission charge, but a free will offering will be accepted.

2022 REPERTOIRE

Actual music must be present – copying copyrighted music is illegal.
Choirs and individuals are welcome to ring as many of the mass pieces as they wish.

CALMING PEACE, Cathy Moklebust

Choristers Guild: CGB438 (2-3 octave version) and CGB439 (3-5 octave version), Level 2

EASTER TRIUMPH, arr. J.D. Frizzell

Lorenz: 20/1562L, 3-6 octaves, Level 2+

EXUBERANCE, Michael Glasgow & Bill Payn

Choristers Guild: CGB1100, 3-7 octaves, 3 octaves chimes, Level 3

I WILL ARISE AND GO TO JESUS, arr. Matthew Compton

AGEHR: AG35313, 3-5 octaves, 2 octaves chimes, Level 3

WHISPERING HOPE, arr. Michael Glasgow

Ring Out! Press: RO3356, 3-5 octaves, 3-5 octaves chimes, Level 2+

The concert will begin at 2:30pm on Saturday, May 7.

 

Questions: Contact Carolyn Deuel, 307-267-8606