Frontier Opening For Dallas Symphony Orchestra
On May 28, 2007, Frontier Drum and Bugle Corps of Dallas, TX will appear as the opening act in the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Memorial Day Concert. The corps will present a standstill performance of its 2007 field show “1968.” The show is designed from selections and inspiration from Age of Aquarius (from “Hair”), Music for Prague: 1968, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Spinning Wheel, Bridge Over Troubled Water, and Born to Be Wild. The color guard will perform with the corps for the first time in 2007 at this event.
The corps is honored to perform on the same stage as the DSO as well as other local and national entertainment acts. The performance will be a culmination of a full weekend of rehearsing and preparation for the 2007 DCA competition season. The concert will begin at 4 PM on the historic and scenic Flagpole Hill along White Rock Lake. There is no admission for the holiday concert designed to be an afternoon and evening of family fun.
Frontier is a drum and bugle corps consisting of members of all ages. The corps spends many hours rehearsing each winter, spring, and summer in order to bring music and pageantry to its local community and football fields across the country. Frontier competes in the Drum Corps Associates circuit and will travel over 5600 miles to compete with other all-age corps from around the United States.