High School Ring Out

The Ringout

Get ready for a day of high energy, intense ringing!  The high school ringout is an exceptional learning experience, created specially for today’s high school students. Do your program and your youth ringers a favor and put the High School Ring-Out on their calendars now!

High School Ring Out 2017 Quick info:

DATE: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Souhegan High School
412 Post Road
Amherst, NH

CLINICIAN: Brian Seemann
: October 30, 2017
SCHEDULE (tentative):
 9:00  –  Early arrival
9:30  –  Registration
10:00  –  Opening bell, announcements, stretches (All choirs set up and prepared to ring)
10:15  –  Rehearsal I
11:15  –  Break / BYO snacks
11:30  –  Rehearsal II / Director’s meeting
12:30  –  Lunch – BYO / Solo Rehearsals
1:15  –  Rehearsal III
2:15  –  Dress Rehearsal
3:00  –  Concert – Open to the public. Invite everyone you know!!
4:15  –  Pack up and depart for a safe trip home


Resounding Fury – Krug – Beckenhorst – HB411
Appassionata – Joy – Beckenhorst – HB490
The First Noel – Cathy Moklebust – Jeffers Publishing JHS9480 – L3+

All music must be original purchased copies.  NO PHOTOCOPIES WILL BE ALLOWED.

More Details

Registration coming soon.

About the Guest Clinician:

Brian Seemann began ringing bells in third grade with the youth handbell choir at Whitehouse United Methodist Church in Readington, New Jersey.  He moved to Boston to study composition at The Boston Conservatory before returning to Philadelphia and majoring in urban planning at Temple University. He has directed several church handbell programs and is currently the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Philadelphia Handbell Ensemble, and current Music Director of the New England Ringers.  In his time away from handbells, Brian is heavily involved in other aspects of performing arts. He currently lives in Boston, MA, where he is the Director of Events for Inspire Arts and Music, a non-profit arts organization.  Brian spent four summers marching with the Jersey Surf and Boston Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps, and through his current job remains active in the drum corps activity. He also occasionally works with an event production company in the Philadelphia area and teaches several local high school marching bands.

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