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Boston Crusaders Gains A New Partnership For 2017

Boston Crusaders is excited to bring the unique sounds of electronic percussion company Zendrum onto the field this summer. “I am really excited to use the Zendrum Mallet Pro GT with the Boston Crusaders front ensemble this summer. I think the Zendrum’s intuitive interface and rugged design will not only hold up to the musical […]

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Meet The 2017 7th Regiment Student Leadership

New London, CT – 7th Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps is proud to announce our 2017 student leadership, who will be joining recently announced Drum Major Leslie Abreu. TALIA KURAS – GUARD SERGEANT Talia is junior biology major at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She, who will age out this summer, is entering her 3rd year […]

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In The News – Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps Gear Up For 60th Anniversary Celebration

Established in 1957 with their first performance in 1958, Casper’s own Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps has been working with community partners and within their own organization to put together a stellar year for both the Corps and the Casper community in celebration of their fast approaching 60th Anniversary in 2018. According to Michael Gough, […]

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2017 Crossmen Capital Campaign “Vacation at the Beach” Donation Incentive

2017 Capital Campaign for a new Crossmen Equipment Trailer- “Vacation at the Beach” Donation Incentive!! Jim and Lorrie Doyle announced today that they are donating a “one week stay” at their vacation beach home in Sea Isle City, NJ as a fundraiser to generate the next $20,000.00 towards our goal. -Available only to donors residing […]

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In The News – Colt Cadets 50th Anniversary Season

Talented young performers hoping to one day be part of the world renowned Dubuque Colts, like 13-year-old Brandt Crocker of Mitchellville. “I play trombone, baritone, trumpet, bass, guitar, and piano,” he said. For him, this is about following in his family’s footsteps. He’s a third generation drum corps member. “I’m hoping to get a better […]

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2017 Columbians Current Openings

The Columbians Drum & Bugle Corps currently have openings for 2 snares, Glockenspiel/Auxiliary Percussion, Auxiliary Percussion, Vibraphone, Marimba, Synthesizer, color guard (flag), 2 trumpets and 2 tubas. For more information or if you would like to audition, please click on Register for 2017 on our website. Read the rest of the article here.

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In The News – Drum Corps International Brings The Beat To Corsicana

“It’s like the NFL of marching band,” said Bre Osbourn, band director at Corsicana High School. Drum Corps International is an organization that is located worldwide and offers students corps marching experience and gives them the opportunity to become better musicians. There are several groups within the Drum Corps International, Guardians Drum and Bugle Corps […]

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Incognito Announces Drum Major For The 2017 Season

ANTHONY “VANDORUS” CHAVEZ This is Anthony’s third year as Drum Major of Incognito Drum & Bugle Corps, making him the longest tenured drum major in our corps history! Anthony started with Incognito in 2014 on bass drum. Anthony was born in Southern California and was raised in the city of Fontana. He is currently a […]

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1961-1962 Norwood Park Imperials Reunion

The 1961-62 members of the Norwood Park Imperials Brass and Percussion Sections are getting together on Saturday, March 11th at Sam Tessitore’s factory. Let’s get together! If you have not been contacted, please call Roman Blenski at 414-327-2847 or 414-333-2235. You can also email me at: dbcpmilw [at] execpc [dot] com. This will be a […]

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Gold Brass Experience 2/19 Weather Update

A note from our executive director: GOLD Family, Heavy rains are forecast for this weekend. Please note that we have secured indoor rehearsal facilities at Azusa High School for Sunday’s Brass Experience Event. With that said, we suggest that everyone use their best judgement and remain safe getting to and from rehearsal. If you are […]

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