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Twin Cities Bronze
is a 501(c)(3)Non-Profit organization. 

All donations are tax deductible.




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Performing       Innovating      Educating

Our Mission:  to provide musical excellence through innovative performances and education

using the medium of handbells

Twin Cities Bronze announces a call for compositions!

Twin Cities Bronze celebrates a milestone 20th Anniversary Year with a Composition Contest.


Submissions in .pdf format PLUS .mp3 or .mp4

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The newest commissioned handbell composition in the Twin Cities Bronze catalog is by H. Dean Wagner. "Song of Peace" is lovely and accessible for most handbell choirs. Thank you, Dean!

Congratulations to composer Jason W. Krug and Twin Cities Bronze. Jason's handbell composition "Novus" - commissioned by Twin Cities Bronze - was debuted at The Annual Christmas Concert on December 4, 2016.


TWIN CITIES BRONZE IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RELEASE OF OUR  ALBUM "DANCES" - available as an online download.  Purchase yours HERE!


Twin Cities Bronze offers Mobile Classroom! We come to your group, teach you what we know and what we do on your bells and equipment, and help your group get to the next level. With a variety of classes to choose from, we'll be able to address what matters the most to you. Read more about what we offer...

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Twin Cities Bronze is a performing ensemble specializing in the music and art of English handbells. Selected by annual audition, this ensemble of advanced ringers hails from the metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.

The Shared Values statement for Twin Cities Bronze captures the essence of the organization:

As professionals, to strive at all times for musical excellence
As educators, to share our technical knowledge of this unique medium
As artists, to showcase the diversity of handbells through innovative performances
As friends, to support each other and have fun