We’re looking forward to a frolicking, fun concert celebrating the world of animals. From Lion King to the Flight of the Bumblebee, Donkey Serenade to Baby Elephant Walk, we’ll have an entertaining afternoon for kids and grownups alike.
Sunday, June 2, 2013
George Washington Masonic Memorial Auditorium
Purchase tickets online or at the door.
Did you miss our performance with the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra in January? The Alexandria Gazette Packet wrote an article about the concert which included the world premiere of River Poem, by Maestro Kim Allen Kluge and Kathryn Vassar Kluge. The piece was commissioned by Virginia Bronze and honors the spirit and culture of the city of Alexandria. The concert also featured a solo piece by Virginia Bronze and performances by ASO concertmaster Claudia Chudacoff, the Alexandria Choral Society, and Heritage Signature Chorale.
Even a hurricane won’t stop us from getting ready for our next two concerts! Rehearsing after Sandy without power (and with lots of flashlights).
“I’ve Got Rhythm… I’ve Got Music,” a concert at the George Washington Masonic Memorial, featuring percussionist Doug Wallace. Photos by Wayne Stocks
We have an exciting season ahead. See a full list of upcoming concerts on our Calendar.
Virginia Bronze is auditioning all ringing positions for the 2012-2013 season.
To schedule an audition or request more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-824-2541. Please let us know your name, phone number, email address, and mailing address.
Advanced knowledge of bell ringing and musicianship with an emphasis on rhythmic understanding is required. Auditions consist of on-site preparation of music, rhythm drills, and sight-reading pieces at various positions. Virginia Bronze rehearses on Tuesday evenings, 7-9pm, at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arlington.
Virginia Bronze was featured on the cover of the Jan/Feb issue of Overtones, the magazine of the Handbell Musicians of America. Our November joint concert with the Westminster Ringers of Maryland was the subject of the cover story.