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Blue Knights Alumni Spotlight: Andrew Vaugn

What year(s) did you march in the Blue Knights? 2005 What section? Contrabass Read the rest of the article here.

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Meet The 2020 Spirit Of Atlanta Percussion Team

Spirit of Atlanta is excited to announce the group of talented educators who will be leading our Percussion ensembles for the 2020 season. Adam Wiencken Adam Wiencken joins Spirit of Atlanta as Battery Arranger and Co-Caption Head. He is the Percussion Specialist for Broken Arrow Public Schools in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. As Director of Percussion […]

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2020 Spartans Winter Camp Dates

Our winter season is listed below. Audition packets will be available shortly. Brass and Percussion are to attend all camps. We hope to see you! November 22, 23 and 24 (Guard on Sunday Only) December 20, 21 and 22 (Guard on Sunday Only) January 17, 18 and 19 (Guard on Sunday Only) February 21, 22 […]

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Registration Live For The Cavaliers 2020 Audition Experience

We completed the 2019 Drum Corps International (DCI) summer tour with our highest score of the season and a remarkable third place finish in the brass caption…and we’re JUST GETTING STARTED. We know you have what it takes to be a Cavalier! Dare to Dream in 2020, sign up for an audition experience today! Show […]

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In The News – Vose Inducted Into World Drum Corps Hall Of Fame

Resident David Vose was inducted into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Aug. 30. Other inductees of the WDCHOF include legendary drummers Steve Gadd and Billy Cobham. Also inducted in this class was George Takei best known for portraying the helmsman of USS Enterprise in the “Star Trek” television series. Read […]

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In The News – Everything I Need To Know, I Learned In High School Marching Band

Band geek, band nerd…we’ve heard them all. I say we, because I am one…and I embrace it! When I was asked by boss and former color guard member Megan Jurgemeyer, to turn more In-depth stories, my mind immediately went to what I know: Marching Band. I started my “band career” like most students in the […]

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In The News – Percussion Is Murphy’s Passion

Grace Murphy wasn’t sure she liked marching band when she tried it out at Old Orchard Beach High School in ninth grade, but her decision to keep with it through college has greatly impacted her entire life. Murphy, a Saco resident whose father previously taught at Old Orchard Beach High School, said she was pushed […]

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Music City 2020 Design Team Embraces New Bold Culture

Music City Drum Corps launches its 2020 season with a revitalized design team featuring a new group of award-winning Nashville professionals who will join key returning designers. Shane Gwaltney will lead the team as program coordinator. He is a charter member of Music City Mystique Indoor Percussion, and has since served as an arranger, designer […]

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Mandarins Academy Begins Fall Season

The first session of the 12th year of Mandarins Academy is already here. Check-in is at 12 noon on Sunday, September 8, with instruction from 12:30-4pm, at Sacramento State’s Capistrano Hall. Once again, Mandarins Academy benefits from the partnership between the Sacramento Mandarins and the Sacramento State School of Music. Read the rest of the […]

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Colts Announce 2020 Music Team

The Colts are proud to announce their 2020 music team. Returning as program coordinator for his second year will be WGI Hall of Famer and Music City Mystique founder Don Click. Also returning for his fourth season as brass caption head is Chad Miller and stepping into the role of brass arranger will be Michael […]

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