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  1. The Hit Men Brass Band are auditioning tuba players to fill a opening later this summer. This paid position requires a commitment of 30 to 35 performances yearly. Applicants must live in the Western New York area, be able read music and perform at a advanced level on the move. Transportation and everything needed to perform is provided. Interested candidates please reply to hitmenbrassband@yahoo.com.
  2. The Hit Men Brass Band are auditioning tuba players to fill a opening later this summer. This paid position requires a commitment of 30 to 35 performances yearly. Applicants must live in the Western New York area, be able read music and perform at a advanced level on the move. Transportation and everything needed to perform is provided. Interested candidates please reply to hitmenbrassband@yahoo.com.
  3. The Hit Men Brass Band are auditioning tuba players to fill a opening later this summer. This paid position requires a commitment of 30 to 35 performances yearly. Applicants must live in the Western New York area, be able read music and perform at a advanced level on the move. Transportation and everything needed to perform is provided. Interested candidates please reply to hitmenbrassband@yahoo.com.
  4. The Hit Men Brass Band are auditioning tuba players to fill a opening later this summer. This paid position requires a commitment of 30 to 35 performances yearly. Applicants must live in the Western New York area, be able read music and perform at a advanced level on the move. Transportation and everything needed to perform is provided. Interested candidates please reply to hitmenbrassband@yahoo.com.
  5. Joining DCI's SoundSport division for 2016, Appalachian Sound is the Atlanta area's newest performing arts ensemble. The corps is geared toward younger performers with the goal of transitioning to DCI Open Class after a few successful seasons in SoundSport. The corps is hosting its Inaugural Experience Camp on Saturday, January 30th 2016 at Lanier Middle School in Buford, Georgia, and is now accepting interest forms and registration. Corps website: http://mayde-inc.org/appalachiansound/ Corps Facebook page: http://facebook.com/appalachiansounddbc
  6. Anyone have any knowledge of any open Conductor spots?
  7. Does anyone know of any corps that have Drum Major or Field Conductor positions available?
  8. Does anyone have any tuba exercises that would help me increase my technique on tuba?
  9. This Weekend! Heat Wave Of florida auditions Saturday Dec 5th & Sun Dec 6th 2015 Inverness Middle School 1950 Hwy 41 in Inverness, Florida to register go to our website: http://heatwavedrumcorps.com Don't let the wave pass YOU by!!!
  10. Heat Wave Of Florida Auditions will begin next Saturday Dec 5th at 8:30 am and will continue until 6 pm Sunday Dec 6th. This will be a full weekend. Meals and sleeping arrangements will be provided, as well as shower facilities. To register, please go to our website at : http://heatwavedrumcorps.com We have a GREAT year planned with a larger tour, larger corps, larger staff, a great time is in store. Be a part of it. DON'T LET THE WAVE PASS YOU BY!!!
  11. I will be auditioning for the Drum Major/Field Conductor spot for Carolina Crown in a few days. Is there any advice anyone could give me?
  12. HEAT WAVE OF FLORIDA AUDITIONS Start December 5th 08:30 Finish December 6th 6:00 p.m. Audition packets available on our website after paying the audition fee Location: inverness Middle school 1950 Hwy 41 Inverness, Florida to register on our website: http://heatwavedrumcorps.com The excitement is building, and we're growing!! Don't let the wave pass YOU by!!!
  13. PRESS RELEASE Pete Sapadin · Corona, CA · I’m happy to announce that I will be heading up the staff for a brand new Independent Open Class Indoor Drumline in Southern California. City Sound Indoor! This will be the first year City Sound will be taking a drumline to Dayton, Ohio for WGI Championships. Auditions Hosler Middle school in Lynwood, CA Audition price: $20 Sunday, November 8 Sunday, November 15 Potential Members should attend both weekends if possible. Rehearsals begin the weekend after Thanksgiving Saturdays and Sundays, 10am-7pm Staff: Director Nathaniel Lewis Show Coordinator / Battery Writer / Caption Head Pete Sapadin Assistant Battery Caption Head Martin Swan Front Ensemble Writer / Consultant / Clinician Matthew Hernandez Front Ensemble Instructor Solomon Encina Visual Designer / Caption Head Brandon Wickham Snare Tech Andres Franco Tenor Techs Martin Swan Spencer Holman Bass Tech Nick Arocho Cymbal Tech Ernie Mclaurin (More staff info coming soon) Fee is $2,000 plus participation in a fundraiser. Fee includes flights to Dayton, accommodations, and all other costs other than food and shoes. www.City-Sound.org
  14. PRESS RELEASE Pete Sapadin · Corona, CA · I’m happy to announce that I will be heading up the staff for a brand new Independent Open Class Indoor Drumline in Southern California. City Sound Indoor! This will be the first year City Sound will be taking a drumline to Dayton, Ohio for WGI Championships. Auditions Hosler Middle school in Lynwood, CA Audition price: $20 Sunday, November 8 Sunday, November 15 Potential Members should attend both weekends if possible. Rehearsals begin the weekend after Thanksgiving Saturdays and Sundays, 10am-7pm Staff: Director Nathaniel Lewis Show Coordinator / Battery Writer / Caption Head Pete Sapadin Assistant Battery Caption Head Martin Swan Front Ensemble Writer / Consultant / Clinician Matthew Hernandez Front Ensemble Instructor Solomon Encina Visual Designer / Caption Head Brandon Wickham Snare Tech Andres Franco Tenor Techs Martin Swan Spencer Holman Bass Tech Nick Arocho Cymbal Tech Ernie Mclaurin (More staff info coming soon) Fee is $2,000 plus participation in a fundraiser. Fee includes flights to Dayton, accommodations, and all other costs other than food and shoes. www.City-Sound.org
  15. HEAT WAVE OF FLORIDA AUDITIONS Begins December 5th 9:00 am & 6th 2015 until 6 pm inverness middle school 1950 Hwy 41 in Inverness, Florida Many GREAT things happening: expanded tour, enlarged corps, Great staff. join us! don't let the wave pass YOU by!!
  16. Is anyone selling a digitally printed floor? All designs considered. Preferably in Southern, CA.
  17. Is anyone selling a digitally printed floor? All designs considered. Preferably in Southern, CA.
  18. Is anyone selling a digitally printed floor? All designs considered. Preferably in Southern, CA.
  19. :cool: :cool: Heat Wave Of Florida We are accepting applications now for the 2016 season. Lots of great things in store for 2016 Expanded tour, expanding the Corps & a lot more To apply, please go to Corps Data at http://www.trigonroad.com and go to our 2016 applicants section. This is going to be a great year to be part of Heat wave of Florida. Don't let the wave pass YOU by!!
  20. Legacy Color Guard - Coming to WGI in 2016! Indianapolis, IN - Legacy Performing Arts is proud to announce the creation of Legacy Color Guard; a unit which will compete in WGI in the 2016 season. Providing students with the opportunity to perform and continue living a passion of theirs beyond high school has been one of the principles that Legacy was originally founded on as its inception as a percussion ensemble. With growing interest and support from Indiana performers and educators alike, we are extremely pleased to expand our outreach to the color guard circuit in 2016. Based out of Indianapolis, Indiana Legacy has already brought together some of the brightest and most promising minds in the color guard world to bring a formidable program to the Circle City. Legacy's Color Guard will be under the administrative direction of Vicky Wielosinski and the Creative Direction of Herbert Washington and Darren Mickens with additional staff including Meghan Brackett, Reyn Libed, and more to be announced soon. Legacy will be starting the inaugural audition process with an Audition Clinic being held on Sunday, October 4th, followed by two additional clinics on the 11th and the 18th. These Audition Clinics are open to not only those who are interested in performing with the 2016 Legacy Color Guard, but also to those who want to attend for the educational purposes. For more information or questions about the Legacy Color Guard please contact Vicky Wielosinski at LegacyCGDirector@gmail.com. 2016 Legacy Color Guard AuditionsWhen? Sunday, October 4th Sunday, October 11th Sunday, October 18th Registration begins at 8:30am Auditions begins at 9:00am Where? Hendrick's County 4H Fairgrounds & Conference Complex 1900 E Main Street, Danville, IN 46122 Pavilion C How much? $20 registration fee if you pre-register & pay online $25 registration fee if you register & pay at the door Please visit our FAQs Page for additional information! http://www.legacyperformingartsinc.org/
  21. Heat Wave Of Florida DCI's only Open Class Drum and Bugle Corps is now accepting applications for the 2016 season. We're planning an expanded tour, exciting new concepts and a lot more!! To apply for membership, please go to Corps Data and get signed up. Audition dates will be announced shortly. The link for Corps Data is below: http://www.trigonroad.com/cd Don't let the wave pass YOU by!!
  22. We have a handful of corps that have the talent to win gold, which is outstanding. The sheer number of great ideas this year is more than I've ever seen in DCI, and I've been watching (or marching) since the mid-80s. What pains me most is when show designs hobble great talent, that demoralize almost as much as inspire. What I love to see most is a show design that empowers MMs to achieve their highest potential as performers, as people, and as artists, making the show itself into a work of art that transcends the idiom of drum corps. Usually, it's the show concepts that either click, or fail. A great concept will most always lead to a string of inspired, aesthetically-unified, and effective (GE) decisions in all captions. A poor concept will fail to a greater or lesser degree in all regards, including demoralizing MMs who have to live with it, act like they love it, but hate it secretly until afterwards, when they just end up regretting the decision they made to trust the design team and join the corps. That's the worst of all possible outcomes. Solution to poor design = Open Innovation Here's how to do it (though versions of this have been tried in the past, I'm well aware): 1. The design team must let go a bit and open up, instead of being like Charleton Heston ("...FROM MY COLD DEAD HANDS!!!!"). Egos must be shelved. It's OK, we have to tell the corps directors and design teams. You'll still get your salaries because you're paid to CO-innovate and collaborate, to execute the designs, and hardest of all: to teach a group of young people how to create art. People out there, including potential members who will actually perform the show, have great ideas. Closed innovation doesn't work anymore in business, and it doesn't work well in DCI, at least for several corps, and even sometimes for the very best organizations. (Object lesson: 12.25, 10, Yowza, etc.) 2. They solicit show ideas from fans and alumni, but do so in an organized way, requesting concept, music, arrangement, visual, uniform, flag, prop, etc., ideas that communicate that theme. A standard format and strict requirements for submitting show design proposals must be communicated, just like any professional proposal. I'm talking actual RFPs (requests for proposals). And they could even require that the ideas if rejected cannot be used by other DCI organizations, which would keep the IP (intellectual property) within the community, as it were. Even better: they could request (or even require) individuals and/or teams of future MMs submit proposals. Could be a component of their auditions. 3. They allow the community to view the ideas, comment, and vote. 4. They give the community 50% of the votes, and their team 50%, and the best idea wins. Maybe the second or fourth best ideas will win the following year(s). How could you go wrong with the above? The days of the dictatorial corps director mucking things up are numbered. Just like the days of white guys in cigar-filled rooms deciding which candidate from which prominent political family will represent their party for governor or president. (Oh wait.....) Closed innovation, top-down, dictatorial decisions are so 20th century. So pre-social media. So Greatest Generation. Charleton Heston died angry, red-faced, half-crazy, but reports say that he was holding his wrinkled shrunken antique piece. Don't let this happen to you, top-5 corps. Let go. This is the Millennial Generation marching. They want co-ownership in their organizations. They want to lend a hand, to be empowered, to express their voice, and invest everything they have in its success, from concept to execution, from paper to the Gold medal around their neck at Finals. Trust the alumni, fans, and most of all: future MMs, not just yourselves. Open Innovation will avoid show designs that are inept from the get-go. Open Innovation will yield gold.
  23. Lots of DCI fans have really enjoyed the Sacramento Mandarins in 2015. Some see a bright future for the corps, possibly contending for a finalist spot in the next few years. How have you enjoyed the Mandarins this year? Field Pass Podcast: Mandarins have 'The Edge' in 2015 Link to Field Pass: https://soundcloud.com/drum-corps-international/20150731-fieldpass
  24. The Oregon Crusaders is pleased to present its 2015 program “The Midnight Garden”, with musical selections including Prokofiev’s "Cinderella Suite", Doss’s "Cantus" and Adams’ "Wild Nights". Join us when the clock strikes twelve and this mystical garden comes to life! We're also excited to debut our new website at oregoncrusaders.org The new modern-responsive design enables all forms to have a great view into the artistry and performance of one of the up-and-coming DCI World Class Corps. Learn more about the Oregon Crusaders organization today at oregoncrusaders.org.
  25. We are located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We are looking for a Majorette Team Coordinator (Christian preferred) full-time or part-time. This is a paying position and opportunity for year-round position. Our season is year-round for practices, shows/performance events, parades, and competitions. Must have College or BOA or WBTF or NBTA or USTA or DMA or WGI or Drum and Bugle Corps or DCI or DCA or experience Practice is Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Please send resume to deepimpactdrumline@hotmail.com