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  1. An message from our corps director: The Centurions Drum and Bugle corps will take on a new direction for the 2015 season. As a rebuilding year, the corps will focus on its membership and staff while strengthening its relationship with the alumni and community. With a conservative rehearsal schedule, performances will focus on (but not limited to) Ensembles, Individual, Exhibitions and Parades. “The fun of performing” will be emphasized this year as the corps embarks on a road less traveled. With this in mind, the corps continues to seek enthusiastic, motivated and creative individuals to bring this vision to light. To be a part of this new adventure, contact Nick Yaworski at nyaworski@sbcglobal.net or 203-720-2858.
  2. Now that the holidays are over, its time to get back to drum corps! Our first camp of 2015 is coming up in just over a week. We will continue work on our program "A Roman Legion's Tale." We will be getting a first read of our second part "Mars (from the Planets)." We are looking for members in all sections. When: Saturday, January 17, 12:00-6:00pm Sunday, January 18, 11:00am-5:00pm Where: Sacred Heart Parish Center 1061 Springfield St., Agawam, MA 01030 For more information, visit our website or Facebook page. Join the Legion!
  3. With Open Houses starting this weekend for DCA corps, you may still be on the fence about which ones to visit. So..."Why March Centurions?" Here are just a few answers... *Low tuition cost - less than $150 for the season (not including ancillary items - i.e. meals, hotel for championships etc). *Conservative rehearsal schedule - you can participate and still have time for other summer activities. *Top notch staff - the combined experience of the instructional staff is well over 100 years. *Conveniently located along the CT and MA border. *We are a 501©3 non-profit - your participation counts towards Community Service on your resume. *Despite the hard work, emotional roller coasters, ache and pains...you will grow as a person, build character, and gain lifelong friends...at the end of the day, we are a family! Join us for our 2015 Open House coming up next weekend and find out for yourself! When: Saturday, Novemeber 29, 2014, 1:00-5:00 pm Where: Sacred Heart Parish Center, 1061 Springfield Street, Feeding Hills, MA 01030 Open House Event Page 2015 Interest Group
  4. The Centurions Drum and Bugle Corps will be holding their 2015 Open House on Saturday, November 29, 2014, from 1-5 pm at Sacred Heart Parish Center in Feeding Hills, MA. Meet the staff and current members of the corps, get a first look at our 2015 show, and get details about how to join. As usual, there is no registration fee to attend! The Centurions are accepting applications for all sections. All musicians and performers are welcome regardless of experience level, even those who have never played a brass or percussion instrument before. Instruction is available in your desired section. Come and enjoy a great day of music and motion! Map/Directions
  5. The Centurions have some openings for visual and percussion staff for the upcoming season. To view the available positions, please visit our website. Those interested should contact Nick Yaworski at nyaworski@sbcglobal.net
  6. The Centurions are pleased to welcome Izzy Delgado to the corps as our 2015 Visual Designer. Izzy Delgado has been designing drill for drum corps, marching band, and winter guard for over 15 years. He is currently the drill designer for the 2013 and 2014 DCA Class A World Champion White Sabers Drum & Bugle Corps, and also served as the original drill designer for Fusion Core, helping them win the 2010 DCA Class A World Championship. In his time working with both corps, Izzy has been the drill designer for 3 DCA Class A titles, 4 DCA Class A High Visual awards, and 5 Class A Top 2 finishes. Upon his age out from the Raiders Drum & Bugle Corps, Izzy was named to the visual staff, eventually being elevated to the position of Visual Caption Head. He has also served as drill designer for the Skyliners. Izzy is currently the drill designer for the 3 time USBands 5A National and NJ State Champion Elizabeth HS Marching Band, as well as several other programs in New Jersey. He is the program designer for the Matawan HS Winter Guard programs and has served on the design team for the Fusion Winter Guard. Izzy has also served as a visual adjudicator for USBands marching band and indoor color guard circuits for the past 12 years. In his “real life”, Izzy is employed as an Insurance Sales Representative with AAA NJ Insurance. He currently resides in Old Bridge, NJ with his lovely wife Elyse (also a design partner on many of his projects) and their soon to be one year old daughter Taylor Lynn.
  7. The Centurions Drum and Bugle Corps is proud to announce their 2015 program: "A Roman Legion's Tale" Musical selections include: Tuba Mirum (from Requiem) - Giuseppe Verdi Mars, The Bringer of War (from the Planets) - Gustav Holst Nessun Dorma (from Turandot) - Giacomo Puccini Dies Irae (from Requiem) - Giuseppe Verdi Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection) - Gustav Mahler You are invited to be a part of this exciting program and join us this coming season! The corps' staff and members have been working hard planning and recruiting so we can return to the field in 2015. We are accepting applications in all sections. Find out more and get a first look at the show at our 2015 Open House, which will be held on November 29 in Feeding Hills, MA. For more information, please visit the corps Facebook, 2015 Interest Page, or contact Nick Yaworski at nyaworski@sbcglobal.net
  8. The Centurions are pleased to announce their 2014 Program: The Journey Join the Centurions as they leave their home in search of exotic new lands. The journey begins as they set off through the streets of the Great Roman Empire. Their departure is announced by the triumphant strains of the third movement of Respighi's Fountains of Rome, which is heralded in by proud trumpet fanfares from the far reaches of the field. Our regiment continues their march east, only barely avoiding being drawn into a fierce battle between Serbia and the Ottoman Empire. Tchaikovsky's March Slav is heard as the Centurions play witness to both the savage battle and glorious victory of the Serbian people. Though the sun may not shine equally on this battlefield, the melodic alto voice of the corps' mellophone section and its beautiful counter in the baritone section carry forth the story of this heroic struggle. Letting go of past differences, the corps is fed a hot meal by the King of the Great Persian Empire. It is here that they meet Scheherazade, a Queen whose beauty is only surpassed by her wit. The company finds it difficult to continue their journey, not wanting to depart these magical lands until Scheherazade's stories have ended. It is in “The Young Prince & The Young Princess” that the corps finds inspiration, interweaving the gentle harmonies of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade together to form the perfect ballad for their second season on the field. At long last, the Centurions have found a place worthy of their journey. Arriving in the city of Gath, the crew's curiosity if immediately piqued by the Temple of Dagon... or more specifically by the exotic music flowing from it. The “Bacchanale” from Camille Saint-Saëns' opera Samson & Delilah brings the corps' journey to a fast-paced conclusion, complete with percussion features, dizzying guard work, and even a few surprises. Join the Centurions as they roam through the eastern hemisphere in pursuit of greatness! Get more info on our show, meet staff and members, and find out how to be part of "The Journey" in 2014 by joining us at our OPEN HOUSE on Saturday, November 30th from 1-5pm in Feeding Hills, MA! Visit our website http://www.enfieldcenturions.org or Open House Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/589629244434872/ for additional info and updates.
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