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Ringin’ Spring Handbell Workshop
April 6 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Looking to improve your ringing skills in a fun event with other ringers who share your enthusiasm for handbells? Ringin’ Spring Handbell Workshop features mass ringing, break-out sessions, lunch, a closing mini-concert, and great handbell friends!
Please plan to join the Ringing Badgers Handbell Ensemble and Mark Bloedow, Artistic Director % Workshop Clinician for a FUN time together celebrating and learning more about the wonderful world of handbell ringing. The event is for ringers and directors of all experience levels. Everyone is welcome …please join us for Ringin’ Spring Handbell Workshop!
Saturday, April 6, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Online registration available before March 30: www.maestroproductions.org/handbell-workshop.html Questions? Please contact Mark Bloedow, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Bloedow, Clinician, is Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Handbell Activities at Concordia University Wisconsin where he conducts the Alleluia Ringers, Concordia’s touring handbell ensemble, and Chapel Ringers. He also serves as the conductor and developer of Concordia’s new community based mixed choir, the Concordia Civic Chorale. In addition, Mark is the founding Executive/Artistic Director of Maestro Productions, Inc. (including the Madison Area Community Chorus and Orchestra, and Ringing Badgers Handbell Ensemble) and Music Director at Immanuel Lutheran Church, all located in Madison. Mark earned his Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh where he graduated with Outstanding Senior recognition. He received his Master’s degree in Church Music from Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon, and later served at Concordia as guest adjunct Professor of Music. He founded Maestro Productions, Inc. in 1989 as a non-profit performing arts organization.