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  1. 1. Registration Form Nineteenth Annual Las Vegas Twelfth Night Handbell Festival January 15 - 16, 2011 (Please print) Group Name: Contact: Director: Street Address: City: State: Zip Code Telephone: Home: ( ) Work: ( ) AGEHR Membership Number (six digits): E-Mail (optional): Space is always at a premium at festivals and additional space requirements by several choirs often precludes another choir’s attendance from the festival. Suggested guidelines are two (2) feet per ringer from C4 to C8. For example, if you are bringing six (6) people, allow twelve (12) feet. Maximum space for any choir will be thirty (30) feet straight line only. Choir will use total feet of linear table space Festival is $24 per person before November 15, and $29 after November 15. (This includes your tables) The deadline for the early bird discount will be strictly adhered to without exception. Number to be registered: _____________ @ $24.00 per person Total registration fee: $_________ @ $29.00 per person after 11/15/10 $_________ Commissioned Piece @ $25.00 per choir $_________ GRAND TOTAL $_________ Please send completed form and check payable to: Dixie Bailey 4630 Welter Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89104
  2. 2. August 13, 2010 Dear Handbell Director: I hope this letter finds you well and looking forward to another year of ringing. The Nineteenth Annual Las Vegas Twelfth Night Handbell Festival will be on Saturday, January 15 and 16, the Martin Luther King weekend. Back to our normal Saturday, Sunday schedule. Our Festival will be held at SOUTH POINT HOTEL, CASINO AND SPA, CONVENTION CENTER on Las Vegas Blvd South and Silverado Ranch. Tim Waugh of West Virginia will be our Festival Director again by popular request. Known nationally and internationally to performers of many mediums including choral music, handbell, theatre and church music. Come as a choir or an individual ringer bringing your own bells and music. We will set aside for orphan ringers participating. Music is Level 2+ to 3, with a Level 4 to stretch your ringers’ ability. Pick the music that your choir is most comfortable with. If you cannot ring all of them. As usual, four pieces from last year is recycled and there will be four new ones including a new commission piece. Enclosed is the registration form for the 12th Night Festival, the music List and Solo Performance registration for choirs that would like to play a Solo. Send in your registration early for the early bird rate before November 15, 2010. For further information you can contact me by phone 1-702-363-7428, e-mail or Dixie Bailey by phone 1-702-431-9759, or e-mail This year everything will be at the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa. Hotel rooms, places to eat. No need to go out. A toll free number will be given to you with a special code to make your reservations. You will absolutely love this venue from last year. We have allowed plenty of time for you to visit the Strip, and everything that is going around. After the Concert on Sunday, you will have plenty of time to drive home, no rushing, knowing the next day is a holiday. We have great plans for 2012 again at the same venue, and weekend of Martin Luther King to celebrate our 20th Twelfth Night. I am working on having an orchestra play with us for the big celebration. Janet Ty Founder, Coordinator of 39 years of Twelfth Night Handbell Festivals
  3. 3. NINETEENTH ANNUAL LAS VEGAS TWELFTH NIGHT HANDBELL FESTIVAL January 15-16, 2011 2011 Twelfth Night Handbell Music List Procession of the Magi*+ Michael Joy (Mixolydian Entrada) Sing We All Noel* Fred Gramann CGB466 Choristers Guild Dormi* Arr. Timothy Waugh CGB502 Choristers Guild A Festival of Carols* Arr. Douglas Wagner 25360 Handbell Score 25359 Keyboard/Handbell Score Alfred Publishing Co. Inc. Infant Holy, Infant Lowly* Jane McFadden AG35276 Lorenz Bright and Glorious Is the Skyo Jane McFadden Celtic Christmas Jig Linda R. Lamb 20194 From the Top Music Pat-a Pan Gregory M. Pysh HB260 Beckenhorst Press, Inc Firefest Polka Strauss/M L.Thompson Choristers Guild * recycled form 2010 + * available from The Top Music for first time Twelfth Night registrants o 2011 Commission Piece
  4. 4. Beth Watson Clinician – Director Beth Watson holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice from the Manhattan School of Music, New York City, and a Masters Degree in Music Education from the University of Oklahoma. She has taught at Queens College in Charlotte, NC, and served churches in New York City, Norman, OK, Charlotte, NC, Dallas and Arlngton, TX. She most recently served as interim Director of Music at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas. Beth has been active with handbells since 1965 and has been guest clinician and conductor for workshops, conferences, and seminars throughout the United States. Beth is the conductor of the Concert Bells of Fort Worth. She was a charter member and formerly Assistant Conductor of the. Dallas Handbell Ensemble. Beth has served as President of the Greater Dallas Handell Association, Setretary/Treasurer of Area IX AGEH and natiaonal Music Chairman for AGEHR. She has been on the faculty of conferences including the Montreat Conferences on Worship and Music, the National Convocation of the Fellowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music and Other Arts, the MO Ranch Music and Worship Conferences, and the Westminster Music and Worship Conference. Beth conducted the AGEHR National Festival Conferences in 1994, and will be conducting the1999 and 2000 AGEHR National Festival Conferences. Saturday & Sunday – January 8-9, 2000 Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts Gymnasium Timothy Waugh Festival Director Tim Waugh of West Virginia is known nationally and internationally to performers of many mediums including choral music, handbell, theatre and church music. Tim has established himself as a tireless champion for performing arts of all types. West Virginia born and educated, he has chosen to live and teach in the home state, which he loves. A veteran teacher of over 30 years, Tim has spent his entire teaching career in Mercer County teaching elementary and secondary music in over 10 schools within the county. In recent years, Tim has developed a national and International reputation for conducting and composing for Choral and Handbell Festivals in the United States, Puerto Rico, England and Canada. Saturday & Sunday - January 15-16, 2011 Grand Ballroom South Point Hotel and Casino 9777 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, Nevada THE NINETEENTH ANNUAL LAS VEGAS TWELFTH NIGHT HANDBELL FESTIVAL
  5. 5. Nineteenth Annual Las Vegas Twelfth Night Handbell Festival January 15-16, 2011 Schedule of Events Saturday, January 15 8:30 Set up 9:00 Rehearsal starts 10:30 15 minute break 10:45 Rehearsal resumes 12:00 Lunch Break Practice time for Solos 1:30 Rehearsal resumes 3:00 15 minute break 3:15 Rehearsal resumes 4:45 Rehearsal ends Sunday, January 16 1:00 Rehearsal starts Rehearsal with instrumentalist 3:30 Short Break 3:50 In your place ready for the program 4:00 Festival concert starts
  6. 6. THE NINETEENTH ANNUAL LAS VEGAS TWELFTH NIGHT HANDBELL FESTIVAL CONCERT WHEN: Sunday, January 16, 2011 TIME: 4:00 P.M. WHERE: Grand Ballroom South Point Hotel and Casino 9777 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, Nevada FESTIVAL DIRECTOR: Timothy Waugh FURTHER INFO: Janet Ty (702) 363-7428 E-Mail Dixie Bailey (702) 431-9759 E-Mail Freewill Donation