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San Francisco Bay Area

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Kendra Scott

bayarea.area12@handbellmusicians.org

Kendra Scott has been ringing handbells since the age of 11, when she watched her mother play in a handbell trio, and she was hooked. She currently directs Bay Bells, a community ensemble based in San Jose, California. She takes particular pleasure in the challenge of ringing in advanced festival ensembles and at Distinctly Bronze. She teaches orchestra, choir and handbells at two Stratford school campuses. In her spare time, Kendra enjoys gardening, reading and eating ice cream.

Contact Kendra for more information about handbells in the San Francisco Bay Area.

UPCOMING EVENTS

April 28, 2017

Bay Area Spring Ring Intense Ring
7:00-10:00pm
Valley Church
10885 N Stelling Rd
Cupertino, CA 95014

Featuring conductor William H. Mathis

More information at handbellventures.org/springring

April 29, 2017

Bay Area Spring Ring
10:30am-6:00pm
Valley Church
10885 N Stelling Rd.
Cupertino, CA 95014

Featuring conductor William H. Mathis

More information at handbellventures.org/springring

Bay Area Spring Ring Concert
6:00pm
Valley Church
10885 N Stelling Rd.
Cupertino, CA 95014

Featuring conductor William H. Mathis

More information at handbellventures.org/springring

April 30, 2017

2017 Bay Area Directors’ Workshop
2:00-6:00pm
Walnut Creek United Methodist Church
1543 Sunnyvale Avenue
Walnut Creek, California

Presented by Handbell Ventures.

With instructors Bill and Carolynne Mathis.
Contact Kathy Arnold at treasurer@handbellventures.org for more information

May 6, 2017

San Francisco State University Handbell Choir’s 20th Anniversary Concert
7:00pm
Temple United Methodist Church of San Francisco
65 Beverly Street
San Francisco, California

Join the SF State Handbell Choir as it celebrates its 20th anniversary with a concert benefiting the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCoR). The concert is free. Goodwill donations will be accepted on behalf of UMCoR.

Contact Caroline Harnly at charnly@sfsu.edufor more information.

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