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Can You Help Sandy?

Some of you may know that I have kidney disease. Over time, my kidney disease has gotten worse causing my kidneys not to work well enough to keep me alive. This is what I am facing now, and my treatment options are limited to dialysis treatments or a kidney transplant. Getting regular dialysis treatments, usually […]

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Brandon Smith Joins Seattle Cascades As 2019 Brass Arranger

Please welcome Brandon Smith to the Seattle Cascades family as our 2019 Brass Arranger! Brandon Smith currently resides in Fort Worth, Texas where he works as a freelance arranger, composer, and program coordinator for marching programs across the country. Since establishing Brandon Smith Music in 2001, his shows have been performed by ensembles at the […]

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Crossmen Drum Corps Introduces The 2019 Percussion Staff

Under the leadership of newly appointed Caption Head and third-year Crossmen staff member, Lane Summerlin, the 2019 Crossmen Drum Corps Percussion Staff is comprised of many returning staff members with a few new additions and Crossmen alumni to the team. Read more about the Percussion Staff by visiting their bios below! Read the rest of […]

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Seattle Cascades Announce Visual Caption Supervisors For 2019 Season

Seattle Cascades are proud to announce the addition of Paul Terry and Neil Adkison as our Co-Visual Caption Heads for the 2019 Season. Neil Adkison has worked with a number of high school and independent ensembles nationwide. To highlight, Neil has taught Poway HS and Mt. Carmel HS in California, LD Bell HS in Texas, […]

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Phantom Regiment Fiscal Year-End Sale

The Auditors have left the building! We’ve counted every single item in our inventory and determined that it all must go! Now is your chance to save BIG as we make room for 2019 apparel and accessories.You’ll save 30% on all of your Phantom Regiment favorites, as well as some NEW items from the road […]

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Seattle Cascades Announce Tommy Williams As 2019 Corps Director

Seattle Cascades are thrilled to announce Tommy Williams as our Corps Director for the 2019 season. Tommy is in his 30th year of teaching in the marching arts and most recently served as the Seattle Cascades Educational Director for the 2018 season. “I am truly honored and excited to begin this new journey as Executive […]

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Stuart Pompel Accepts Position As Pacific Crest’s First CEO

Pacific Crest is excited to announce that for the first time in its 25 year history, the organization will employ a full-time CEO to oversee the corps’ longterm growth. Moving into the position is Executive Director Stuart Pompel. The news was shared with members, families, and staff at Pacific Crest’s annual banquet on September 9th. […]

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Cavaliers Bass Line, Wharton To Be Featured At PASIC 2018

The Cavaliers are proud to be a featured artist and clinician at PASIC, the Percussive Arts Society International Convention, to be held in Indianapolis, Ind., November 14-17, 2018. The clinic session on Friday, November 17 will feature Battery Coordinator Russell Wharton, with a exclusive performance by The Cavaliers’ 2018 Bass Line. Read the rest of […]

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Marching Roundtable 748: Boston Sends Out An “SOS”

Keith Potter, the Artistic Director for the Boston Crusaders, discusses the origin of the show concept, the choices behind the props and environment created, and how the idea of “lost and found” became this thrilling production. You can listen to us above, or if you want to take us with you, you can download us […]

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West Coast Or Mid West? Find Out Here

While details of all tour stops are still being sorted out, members and fans should be excited to hear which direction the Troopers are heading in 2019. We decided that we had so much fun last summer that we had better do it again! If you are looking for a corps to march this summer, […]

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