SoCal Dream Announces 2011 Program

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SoCal Dream’s design team is taking on a Jazz & Blues theme in the typical ?SoCal? way to bring our fans a very exciting show!

SoCal Dream proudly announces their 2011 show entitled, “Dream Riffs: Something Borrowed, Something Blues?. Our production opens with ?Baroque Samba” by Darmon Meader which begins with a traditional Baroque approach, then surprisingly changes into a high energy Samba. Our Feature: ?Autumn Leaves? by Joseph Kosma offers the performer limitless creative opportunities which have inspired generations of jazz players. Our ballad: “In Her Family? by Pat Metheny is a haunting, pensive and beautiful ballad with lush harmonies that give this piece a very special texture and feel. And closing out our show is “Nutville” by Horace Silver. This piece is guaranteed to deliver a healthy dose of high paced mambo/jazz which has become a Drum Corps standard. 


SoCal Dream looks forward to the 2011 season and encourages you to be a part of our Dream.

We look forward to the 2011 season and encourage you to be part of our Dream.

For more information about joining contact us at  info [at] socaldream [dot] org">info [at] socaldream [dot] org or visit our website at

For Information about SoCal Dream Drum & Bugle Corps
Michael Nash Director
SoCal Dream Drum & Bugle Corps

About Dream Association

Dream Association is a non-profit, 501c3 organization, dedicated to bringing together individuals with diverse backgrounds and interests, with a desire to develop, and educate the community on, the art of Field Theater through discipline, teamwork, and the pursuit of competitive performance excellence. Founded in the fall of 2001, our organization provides a structure for those who want to perform in a Drum Corps environment while giving back to their community. The Dream Association of California believes that a group effort, with dedication and hard work, will relate to success. 

Posted by on Monday, December 13th, 2010. Filed under DCA News.