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In The News – ‘Drums Along The Columbia’ Is Back For One Night Only

Some refer to Drum Corps as ‘marching band on steroids’. Ready or not, here come the drums… from all over the world. Daniel Belcher is visiting the Tri-Cities from Montreal, Québec, Canada. Read the rest of the article here.

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VIP Box Seats Available For DCI Mesquite

Breaking news for our Dallas-area drum corps fans! The Cavaliers are pleased to announce 10 Press Box seats available for sale at Mesquite Memorial Stadium for DCI Mesquite on July 22! This is your opportunity to watch the show in the comfort of air conditioning and enjoy catered refreshments. The VIP experience continues with provided […]

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Marching Roundtable 815: Meet Lisa Tatum – Brass Caption Head For The Academy

Lisa talks about being a female in the role of brass caption head, the many females on her staff, and how they all work together to create excellence in the hornline. You can listen to us below, or if you want to take us with you, you can download us from iTunes. Read the rest […]

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Marching Roundtable 814: Derion Loman Brings Dance Expertise To The Academy

Celebrity World-Class Dancer Derion Loman brings his expertise to Drum Corps International by working with The Academy this season. Derion explains his dance and drum corps background, how he teaches dance and partnering work to drum corps performers, and shares advice on teaching movement and visuals to non-dancers. Read the rest of the article here.

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2019 Cavaliers In Focus: Transitions

Welcome to third installment of The Cavaliers weekly photojournalism blog, IN FOCUS. Each week, I will be publishing a collection of photos in order to highlight the different experiences of a drum corps summer tour. I look forward to sharing the stories and experiences of the members, staff and volunteers of The Cavaliers as we […]

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In The News – ‘One Of The Best Kept Secrets Of Sacramento’

Wake up. Eat. Rehearse. Eat. Rehearse. Eat. Rehearse. Eat. Sleep. Repeat for the summer. Since Memorial Day weekend, the 154 members of the Sacramento Mandarins Drum and Bugle Corps have practiced 12 hours a day, every day for 5 weeks. They’ve been on the road for nearly 2 months, driving to competitions all around the […]

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In The News – They’Ve Got The Beat, And The Drums

A lot has changed from the regulated marching music that comes to mind when thinking of a drum and bugle corps. In the 1960s, the Seattle Cascades Drum and Bugle Corps didn’t need to travel outside of the Pacific Northwest region to find numerous competitors, events and divisions. Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion […]

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Madison Scouts Adopt Inclusive Membership Policy

During its eighty-two year history, the Madison Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps has served an all-male membership, which reflects upon its founding as a Boy Scout troop in 1938. Over that course of history it has proudly served its mission to provide programs for youth in music and performance training through a positive environment that […]

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Jersey Surf Van & Merchandise “Tiki” Trailer Damaged In Accident

Following our competitive season premiere performance on Tuesday evening at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, the Jersey Surf souvenir merchandise trailer and the corps van towing it were involved in a motor vehicle accident early Wednesday morning in Newburg, MD. There were no injuries and only the Surf van and “souvie” trailer were involved. […]

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In The News – Playing The Perfect Beat

The Sacramento Mandarins Drum & Bugle Corps will host their 8th annual Drum Corps International (DCI) Capital Classic on Friday, July 5, at 7 p.m. at Monterey Trail High School. This ensemble of dancers and musicians has grown the classic to the point that the stadium stands were packed with nearly 1,400 spectators last year. […]

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