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Next 2018 Spartans Practice Brass And Percussion January 28th

Our next brass and percussion practice session will be held at the Nashua Boys and Girls Club from 9AM to 4PM on Sunday, January 28th. New members are welcome. The corps is actively seeking trumpet and baritone players to fill out the line. Please email us at info [at] spartansdbc [dot] org to learn more. […]

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2018 River City Rhythm Staff Announcement

RCR is very excited to welcome Brass Supervisor Ben Harloff and Percussion Ensemble Specialist, Dr. Jeffrey Crowell to the RCR family! Each bring extensive knowledge and passion to the field and we are thrilled to have both for the 2018 season! In addition, we’re pleased to announce that Brass Instructor Brian Veith will be joining […]

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Registration Open: 2018 Pacific Crest February Camp

If you’re interested in auditioning for the last remaining spots, sign up for our February Camp. But it’s also an opportunity for new applicants to audition for the 2018 season. Camp starts Saturday, February 10, at 9 am, and ends Sunday, February 11 at 6:00 pm Location: Diamond Bar High School, 21400 Pathfinder Rd, Diamond […]

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Seattle Cascades February Camp Announcements

February Camp is now the last weekend of the month, Feb. 23 – 25, to avoid a conflict with the Washington Music Educators Association Annual State Conference. February Camp Check-In opens at 6PM on Friday Feb. 23, and camp will conclude with Dismissal and Pack-Out at 3PM on Sunday, Feb. 25. This camp will again […]

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Jersey Surf Announces 2018 Program

It’s pure. It’s bold. It’s universal. The work of Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) captures the essence and energy of the universe. His genius lies in the ability to simplify the subjects of his paintings into what has been described as “a clear, universal aesthetic language.” Read the rest of the article here.

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Juliana Celebrated Honors

Every year during the New Year’s reception, members are put in the limelight for their years of dedication. This year was no exception and the group was big again. Extra special was that this year we had someone who is no less than 60 (!) Years old and a new honorary member was appointed. Jack […]

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Greetings From EXCELSIOR

Greetings from EXCELSIOR It is with little relief but with determination for 2019 that EXCELSIOR announces its inactive status for the 2018 Season. Read the rest of the article here.

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Blue Knights Alumni Spotlight: Lee Reiff

What years did you march in the Blue Knights? I marched Contrabass in 1996 and 1997 and I was the Drum Major in 1998 for the Blue Knights Drum & Bugle Corps. Where did you attend high school? Central High School in Cheyenne, WY Read the rest of the article here.

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Blue Devils B Winter Guard Announces 2018 Program

The 2018 Blue Devils B Winter Guard brings visual pop art to life. In the 1950s, artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol challenged the traditions of the fine arts by using imagery from popular culture in their work. By showing a new perspective of advertising, comic books, and mundane cultural objects, the pop […]

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Watchmen Announce 2018 Visual Staff

Watchmen are pleased to announce the Visual Staff team for the 2018 season. Drill Designer Brian Shay is an accomplished veteran designer who has staged hundreds of shows for the international marching arts competitive community. His custom show designs have helped performance ensembles earn many division titles and visual caption awards at the regional level […]

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