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Bushwackers 2017 DCA Championship Getaway Special

In the heart of Rochester, the Radisson Riverside is just a few minutes stroll to the DCA headquarters and Friday night’s I&E / mini corps extravaganza. The Radisson is a great destination while taking in all the DCA events over Championship Weekend (September 1-4), close to the city’s fine restaurants and attractions, and only a […]

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2017 Hawthorne Caballeros Color Guard Auditions Set

The Hawthorne Caballeros will be hosting color guard auditions for the 2017 season on April 29th and April 30th! Returning as caption head is Bobbey Biddle with Michelle Adcock as visual caption supervisor. His staff includes talented instructors from across DCI, DCA, WGI, and various fall marching band programs. For full details on the 2017 […]

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2017 White Sabers Colorguard Auditions

Auditions will be held Saturday, April 22nd from 1-9pm and Sunday, April 23rd from 9am-3pm in Dansville. Both days are mandatory, and overnight accommodations will be available. Audition criteria will include: 3 winter choreography pieces (one flag, one rifle, one saber), plus new additional choreography taught at auditions (one flag, one rifle, one saber, possibly […]

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Bridgemen Performing Arts Org Announces New Programs

The Bridgemen Performing Arts Organization is happy to announce its new programs along with a new website and Facebook connections. We are introducing the current board and administration through the debut of our new website as well. This is the amazing group of people that will lead this organization into new territory. We will be […]

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In The News – Drum Corps Bus Fleet Vandalized Over Weekend

Vandals trashed the Govenaires Drum and Bugle Corps’ bus fleet sometime last weekend, damaging two of the 90-year-old organization’s green vehicles. The corps was preparing to leave for a gig in Mankato Saturday morning when they got a call from their head of transportation who sounded distraught, said Govenaires President John Mayer. Read the rest […]

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Hawthorne Caballeros Brass Line Moves Outside To Learn Drill

That’s right! The Hawthorne Caballeros will officially start learning drill for their 2017 production. This weekend, 4/1-4/2, the Caballeros Brass Line will be the first section to head outside. Our brass members will meet at Kohler (150 Wagaraw Road, Hawthorne, NJ) to start tackling the opener — our percussion section will be back in action […]

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Introducing The 2017 Bushwackers Color Guard Leadership

Lauryn Heller and the color guard instructional staff for the 2017 Bushwackers are excited to announce this year’s color guard captains! Each of these corps members goes above and beyond for the corps all throughout the year. We’re pleased to introduce Jackie Swilley, Amber Lyn Rose, Lexi Mullen, and Rebecca Stollberger! Read the rest of […]

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Reading Buccaneers To Host 13th Annual Spring Preview Concert

The Reading Buccaneers Drum & Bugle Corps, in partnership with the Twin Valley High School Band program, will host the 13th Annual Spring Preview, a Drum & Bugle Corps Concert, on Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. The concert will take place in the Twin Valley High School auditorium, 4897 S. Twin Valley Road, […]

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First 2017 Concert For Scout House Silver Leaves Brass Ensemble

Scout House Silver Leaves brass ensemble will salute Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017 with a repertoire including songs known and loved across the country and beyond, starting with the 1st annual Music & Brass concert in Batavia, New York on Saturday April 1. St. Joe’s Brass Ensemble is presenting the concert, from 1 to 5 […]

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In The News – Alumni Corps Prepares For Parade Season

A local drum corps is getting ready for the upcoming season. With only a little more than two months left before Memorial Day, WNY Alumni Drum and Bugle Corps, Inc. business manager Jack Kujawa reported, “This corps is pretty much ready musically and as the weather gets warmer, we’ll be perfecting our marching skills. We […]

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