To find carillon performances near you, visit the city tourism site or the website of a specific tower. These often have information about regular times at which the carillon is played. These sources will also promote carillon concerts and may provide information about guest performers and repertoire.
Carillonneur Joey Brink and Rob Scallon at the Rockefeller Memorial Carillon
The websites below have lists of carillons in their region and information related to carillon programs, culture, history and bells.
- World Carillon Federation is an international membership of carillon guilds and associations.
- Association Campanaire Wallonne asbl (Walloon Carillon Association) is responsible for the safeguard, promotion and preservation of bell towers in the Walloon and Brussels regions.
- Vlaamse Beiaard Vereniging (Flemish Carillon Association) promotes the carillon and focuses on Flemish carillon art.
- Koninklijke Nederlandse Klokkenspel-Vereniging (Dutch Carillon Association) aims to protect and preserve the rich cultural heritage of carillons, bells and tower clocks in the Low Countries.
- Guild of Carillonneurs of North America (GCNA) is dedicated to the promotion of the art of the carillon in North America.
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