The Jubilate Ringers handbell choir \u2014 14 ringers playing more than 100 bells, plus handchimes and more \u2014 will perform as part of Music on the Hill\u2019s \u201cSounds of the Season\u201d Christmas concert, to be held at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Wilton on Friday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m. \u00a0 Music on the Hill handbell players will ring Christmas carols and songs in the Westport Barnes & Noble store, 1076 Post Road East, on Sunday, Dec. 6, from 1 to 3 p.m. \u00a0All are welcome. The Sounds of the Season concert will feature the ringers along with the Music on the Hill Festival Chorus performing Christmas carols old and new, as well as favorite carols sung by all. The Jubilate Ringers will premiere No\u00ebl, a suite of French carols arranged for handbells by Artistic Director Ellen Dickinson, the concert\u2019s conductor. They will also ring the dramatic and hauntingly beautiful Change Ring Prelude on Divinium Mysterium, an arrangement of the medieval plainchant melody found in hymnals as Of the Father\u2019s Love Begotten. The Festival Chorus will sing several early German carols; arrangements of carols by American composers William Billings and Charles Ives; and a group of carols about Christmas bells, including a setting of the Tennyson poem Ring Out Wild Bells by contemporary American composer Linda Dowdell. Concert tickets are $20 in advance at www.musiconthehillCT.org; $25 at the door. \u00a0Children and students are admitted free. St. Matthew\u2019s Church is located at 48 New Canaan Road.