Capital Ringers will host an orientation session from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 8, in its new rehearsal space at Conley’s United Methodist Church, Lewes. Anyone interested in learning more about ringing and non-ringing opportunities may attend.
Capital Ringers is a versatile community handbell ensemble known regionally for its vast repertoire including rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, patriotic, sacred and current top 40 tunes, as well as traditional holiday favorites. The ensemble offers unique multimedia presentations which bring fans back season after season.
Volunteers can assist in ringing, multimedia production setup, videography, photography, scriptwriting, publicity, grant writing, ushering, prop construction, fundraising, editing, proofreading and much more.
Capital Ringers is a nonprofit community English handbell ensemble that entertains and educates audiences with an extensive repertoire. The ensemble performs on 134 handbells and 66 handchimes, the largest set of handbells on the Delmarva Peninsula.
Founded in 2004 by Artistic Director Linda Simms, Capital Ringers’ mission is to provide performances to their audiences that demonstrate the artistic diversity of English handbells.