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  • Tue

    A Celebration of Bells: Embellish & Campana Mini-Concert


    Kretschmer Recital Hall
    Aquinas College Art and Music Center
    1700 Fulton St E, Grand Rapids, MI 49506

    The two companion ensembles in the Embellish family; Campana and Embellish, will present a
    joint concert entitled “A Celebration of Bells.” The two groups will offer an exploration of the
    different foundations of ringing, from change ringing to tower bells as they have rung through
    the ages, and developed into modern-day handbell ringing. A hands-on experience will
    conclude the performance, and a reception will follow.

    No charge.

  • Tue

    Embellish Spring Concert

    Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall
    Calvin College

    Tickets will be available at the door for $14 each. Students and children get free admission.

    Please join us for Embellish Handbells' 2019 Spring Concert!
    Embellish presents:
    For Whom the Bells Toll
    7:30 PM Tuesday, April 30, 2019
    Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall
    Calvin College
    Embellish presents its Spring concert on Tuesday, April 30, in the beautiful and intimate setting of the Recital Hall in Calvin College’s Covenant Fine Arts Center. The concert will offer a fun exploration of the different foundations of ringing, from simple tolling to change ringing on tower bells, as bells have rung through the ages and developed into modern-day handbell ringing.
    Selections will include Cathy Moklebust’s original composition, “Five Incriptions,” based on “virtutes,” ancient Latin sayings which were inscribed on bells to state a function ascribed to
    them; and two favorite pieces by Embellish’s Honorary Associate Director Fred Gramann: “Change Ring Prelude on Divinum Mysterium” and “Prelude on Herzliebster Jesu.” They will also play William Gross’s original work “The Bell Toll Blues,” a heavy blues piece based on sounds commonly heard on bells, such as a clock tower chime, and even a little Christmas
    melody! Another original work is Sondra Tucker’s African-inspired “Khumbula Ubuhle,” commissioned by Embellish in memory of local community activist Dirk Koning.
    The concert will feature the full arsenal of Embellish equipment, from their 6 ½ octave set of Malmark handbells, to the racked 6 th and 7 th octave chimes. This concert will also feature a brand new instrument: a set of Schulmerich Silver Melody Bells recently donated by the Johnson family in memory of Mark Johnson. These new bells will offer an unusual brightness and sheen to enhance the rich sound of the bronze and aluminum bells in the Embellish set.
    Percussion, demonstrations, and narration will keep things moving on this family-friendly program. After the concert, audience members are always invited to meet the ringers, try out the bells, and take “bellfies.”
  • Tue

    Ringlets Children's Concert


    John Ball Zoo

  • Sat
  • Tue

    Fall Campana Registration Opens


    If interested, please contact the music director to be put on the registration list.

Concert Group Tickets are available for groups of 10+ at a rate of $9.00 per person.  Please contact us at for details and to reserve your tickets.