Christmas With The Metropolitan Bells Presented On Dec. 10 And 17

Monday, November 25, 2019

The Metropolitan Bells will present "Christmas with The Metropolitan Bells" in December.

Performances will be on:

Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Brainerd Baptist Church, 300 Brookfield Avenue; Chattanooga.

Tuesday, Dec. 17, at Christ United Methodist Church, 8645 East Brainerd Road; Chattanooga.

Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m.
and are f
ree to the public, with donations accepted.

For additional information, call 423 504-4679
Facebook:  Metropolitan Bells Of Chattanooga

Other holiday appearances include:
Singing Christmas Tree with the Chattanooga Boys Choir, Dec. 7.
Tivoli Theatre, Chattanooga.  Tickets available:  www.Chattanoogaboyschoir.org

Home for the Holidays with the Chattanooga Symphony, Dec. 21 and 22.
Tivoli Theatre, Chattanooga.  Tickets available:  www.ChattanoogaSymphony.org

The Metropolitan Bells is an advanced community handbell ensemble consisting of 16 auditioned ringers from the greater Chattanooga area.  They perform on seven octaves of Malmark bells and seven octaves of Malmark choir chimes. Established by founding director, Ken Cochrane, The Metropolitan Bells has enjoyed performances with the Chattanooga Symphony, the Chattanooga Boys Choir and the Chattanooga Girls Choir.  The group has also performed for numerous civic groups and community events over the years.The goal of the organization is to bring advanced sacred and secular handbell music to the community and to promote the art and enjoyment of handbell ringing.  Now in its 26th year, the group is under the direction of Gary Bynum.  

Members:  Jeanne Anthony, Karen Bieberitz, Wendy Clayton, Chris Forrester, Jo Grant, Becky Hall, Jad Johnson,  Martha King, Debbie Larmore, Jim Martin, Carole Millard, Becky Price, Kim Pringle,  Sherry Shaver, March Solomon, and Alex Wehunt.

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