Shenandoah Sound Announces 2012 Program

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Shenandoah Sound is proud to announce its 2012 field show: Promising Skies, based on the Robert W. Smith composition of the same name. Promising Skies takes the listener on a musical journey through New Orleans, Louisiana before, during, and after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The show features New Orleans-inspired jazz and a lush ballad depicting the danger of the storm and courageous recovery of the city after the storm.

The corps is also excited to announce that Robert W. Smith will be writing the brass book for the corps. Robert W. Smith needs no introduction-he is world-renowned composer and veteran of the drum corps activity who has written and instructed Suncoast Sound, Magic of Orlando, and the Madison Scouts among other top DCI corps.

Vic Kulinski is joining the staff as percussion arranger. Returning staff members include caption heads T.J. Agee(brass), Heather Schmidt (color guard), and David Salisbury (percussion). In addition, brass and visual technician Keyo Wilson will be returning to the corps for his second year. Chris Szuba also returns to the staff in the role of visual designer. Shenandoah Sound is under the direction of Sean Peck. For more information about Shenandoah Sound, please visit the corps’ official website or contact Public Relations director Anthony Fiumara at PR [at] ShenandoahSound [dot] org.

Posted by on Friday, December 30th, 2011. Filed under Current News, DCA News, FrontPage Feature.