Handbell Musicians of America
Handbell Musicians of America is the national organization devoted to uniting people through the musical art of handbell and handchime ringing. As the principal voice for this medium we envision a community in which handbell musicians of every skill level realize their full potential through mentorship, education, and events.
GIA Publications, Inc.
"The Cutting Edge in Music Education"
Laban-Integrated Choral, Conducting, and Instrumental Music Education Resources
Dan Goeller Music
For over ten years, the creative efforts of Dan Goeller have been uplifting music ministries, congregations, and audiences across America. His numerous arrangements, compositions and orchestrations have been published by Word Music, LifeWay Music Group, Brentwood-Benson Music, Augsburg Fortress, Lilenas, and others. In addition to his published works, Dan has also worked on numerous recordings and several tours with artists including Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Michael W. Smith, CeCe Winans, Larnelle Harris, Point of Grace, Nickel Creek, and The Katinas. Dan’s newest project is the orchestration of Oscar Wilde’s Fairy Tale, The Selfish Giant.
Laban/Barteneiff Institute of Movement Studies
Non-profit educational organization, centered in New York City, with a global network of movement professionals. From research on how children learn in the classroom to a neurophysiology-based movement program for people with Parkinson's, Certified Movement Analysts are making a profound difference globally.
Philadelphia Bronze, known for its "elegant energy," was established in 2008 with a group of talented ringers in search of a challenging musical experience. Founded as Main Line Ringers, Philadelphia Bronze has since rebranded to include all of greater Philadelphia. It has included ringers from as far as New Jersey, Delaware and Lancaster, Bucks County in Pennsylvania, and its members boast over 300 cumulative years of ringing experience.
The New England Ringers
New England Ringers is a fifteen-member community handbell ensemble of highly energetic musicians from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont, playing the most advanced level of handbell literature.
Pikes Peak Ringers