SUA is proud to present Cast In Bronze as the “Unique Artist of the Month” for December 2018

Cast In Bronze is a ‘unique” one of a kind musical act which features a transportable Carillon.

The Carillon is a musical instrument consisting of no fewer than 23 cast bronze bells that can be found in a church bell tower.  The instrument is played by operating a mechanical keyboard with the fists and feet.  The player requires musical dexterity, strength, and endurance.

The creator of Cast In Bronze, Frank DellaPenna, is a Master-Carillonneur and a graduate of the French Carillon School in Tourcoing, France.  His mission is to preserve the Carillon as an instrument and an art form.

In addition to playing at various music and renaissance festivals, Cast In Bronze has performed for Pope John Paul II, at the Presidential inauguration, at Walt Disney’s Epcot Theme Park, on NBC’s “Today” show, at Alice Cooper’s “Christmas Pudding” benefit, and on “America’s Got Talent.”


To learn more about this “unique” artist and instrument, make sure to view the videos below and visit