Saturday November 20, 2021
Houston Chamber Ringers Handbell Concert
August to April Series
Festival Concert Hall
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Houston Chamber Ringers
Houston Chamber Ringers Return to Festival Hill

Houston Chamber Ringers is a professional handbell ensemble who entertain, educate, and perform with passion, dedication, and artistry. Since their first performance in December 2012, Houston Chamber Ringers has quickly grown into a leading light in their art form, and has gained national recognition as one of the most innovative and entertaining handbell ensembles in the country.

Artistic Director Stevie Berryman is a 6-time National Seminar faculty member and conductor, and is a sought after clinician across the country with invitations from California, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, Arkansas, Virginia, and all over Texas.

Houston Chamber Ringers are known internationally for their creative concert programming and interactive live shows. Performance highlights include the opening concert of "Pinnacle," a national handbell festival in 2015, joining with Turtle Creek Chorale in Dallas for their concert series in 2017, and performing for the Handbell Musicians National Seminar in St. Louis in 2019. HCR is a 17-person ensemble that performs on 5 octaves of handbells, 6 octaves of handchimes, and other assorted percussion instruments. HCR Website.

"Kodiak" by Jason Krug (6:45)
performed by Houston Chamber Ringers and Strikepoint of Texas
for the event 'Shut Up and Drive' on April 22, 2018
at Lakewood UMC, Houston, TX

Adult $30. Student $10. Concert tickets are held at will call on the West side of the Concert Hall. Tickets will be sold at the door. Doors open 1 hour prior to concert.

Office/Information: 979-249-3129

Concert Hall Location: 248 Jaster Rd, Round Top, TX 78954
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Allegro from “Solomon” Act III (arr. William H. Griffin)
G. F. Handel
Tritsch Tratsch Polka (arr. Michael T. Blanton)
Johann Strauss II
Queen of the Night from “The Magic Flute” (arr. Michael J. Glasgow)
W.A. Mozart
Danse Macabre (arr. Michael R. Keller)
Camille Saint-Saëns
Waltz No. 2 from “Suite for Variety Stage Orchestra” (arr. Gina Marie Williams)
Dmitri Shostakovich
The Chicken Dance (arr. Sondra K. Tucker)
Werner Thomas
(b. 1929)
Give Ear to my Prayer, O God (arr. Stephanie Berryman)
Alexander Arkhangelsky
Abominations on Row Your Boat
Susan T. Nelson
Take Five (arr. Douglas E. Wagner)
Paul Desmond
Stairway to Heaven (arr. Ron Mallory)
Jimmy Page & Robert Plant
Carry On Wayward Son (arr. Samantha Strasser)
Kerry Livgren
(b. 1949)
American Carillon
James Weber
Gabriel’s Oboe (arr. Kevin McChesney)
Ennio Morricone