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English CGN Individuals & Ensembles Website Online

Color Guard Nederland has released the English website for the Individuals & Ensembles, to be held april 21 in Eemnes, The Netherlands. The competition will feature Color Guard, Percussion, Brass, Ensembles and minicorps. A clinic program will soon be announced, featuring all these elements. The clinics will be held during the day and the competition […]

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CGN 2012 Registration Starts Next Sunday

Next Sunday Color Guard Netherlands (CGN) will start the registration for the new season. If you are planning to participate at one or more contest in 2012 , then Sunday, September 18 is an important date. At 15:00 that day, the enrollment starts for the CGN Congress on Sunday, October 16 at Eemnes and registration […]

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Color Guard Nederland Presents 2012 Contest Schedule

Already during the successful 2011 season, Color Guard Nederland (CGN) was already planning ahead for 2012. And although it is not completely finalized yet, CGN now presents the schedule for its 2012 season. The season has a couple of novelties compared to previous years. One is the early start for Indoor Percussion, on January 28. […]

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Beatrix’ Winterguard 2011 CGN World Class Champion

In a crowded Indoor Sports Centre, Beatrix’ showed more than 2500 people why they will take part in the Independent World Class in Dayton. The brand-new World Class Champion touched the whole crowd with their emotional show! The very last day of the 2011 winterguard competition took place last Saturday in the Indoor Sports Centre […]

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Edwin Beens Inducted In CGN Hall Of Fame

During last Saturday’s CGN Finals Edwin was inducted into the Hall of Fame of Color Guard Nederland (CGN). In a fully loaded Indoor Sports Centre in Eindhoven, Beens was honoured for his immense contribution to the qualitative and quantitative development of Color Guard and Indoor Percussion in the Netherlands. Edwin has been the driving force […]

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2011 CGN Finals Broadcasted Live On The Web

The Color Guard Nederland (CGN) Finals will once again be broadcasted live on the web. This Saturday (March 26) CGN will hold their Championship event in Eindhoven once again. A record number of 63 groups will participate in the event for Color Guard and Indoor Percussion. The main stands for the event are completely sold […]

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Color Guard Nederland Hosts First WGI Elite Event In Europe

Color Guard Netherlands (CGN) and Winter Guard International (WGI) organize a state of the art event in Goes, the Netherlands on March 5. CGN is hosting the first European WGI Percussion Elite Event. During the European WGI Percussion Regional clinics all contestants will participate in clinics, along with the American team of instructors and judges. […]

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Beatrix Winter Guard Announces 2011 Program

When Adolf Hitler seized power in 1933, the Frank family moved to The Netherlands due to the threatening political climate in Germany. Anne Frank herself followed just a bit later, in 1934, and lived with her family at the formal ?Merwedeplein (Merwede-square) in Amsterdam. She and her family led a peaceful life there, thinking that neutral ?Holland? would […]

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Award For Most Successful Unit At CGN Individuals & Ensembles

An extra award will be added to the CGN Individuals & Ensembles this year. Besides awards for individual achievements, a classification system for units will be instated. Units can now win an award for the most succesfull organization with members in the competition on October 30 in Eemnes. So besides the best snaredrummer, color guardmember […]

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Brass Clinic With Rob Balfoort Before CGN Individuals & Ensembles

The CGN Individuals & Ensembles will be extended with a Brass clinic by Rob Balfoort. Participants in this clinic don’t have to compete in the CGN Individuals & Ensembles, but will have some benefits as they have a last chance to improve their performance. At the start of the afternoon a play-in will start for […]

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