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Seattle Cascades Administration Team – Job Posting

Position Description: The Seattle Cascades Drum & Bugle Corps are seeking energetic administrators to work with us for the 2020 summer season. Tour assistants will assist in the day to day functions of the Corps. Once part of our team, you will be responsible for ensuring successful operations of the Seattle Cascades, while working closely […]

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California State Band Championships

Our newest Outreach Sponsor for 2019 is California State Band Championships. Thanks to their sponsorship this past summer, 100 students attended Drum Corps at the Rose Bowl free of charge. “This is just another example of how CSBC gives back to the music educators and their students,” according to Pacific Crest CEO, Stuart Pompel. A […]

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Meet The 2020 Madison Scouts Administrative Tour Team Leaders

The Madison Scouts are pleased to announce the Administrative Leadership Touring Team for the 2020 season. The administrative team prioritizes health, safety & wellness, and the student experience by supporting student-led culture building, leadership, and the efforts of our World Class faculty. The team includes:: David Lofy, Corps Director Tina Jameson, Financial Manager & Volunteer […]

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Full 2020 Troopers Color Guard Staff Announcement

We are pleased to announce the 2020 Color Guard staff. Each of these individuals bring cutting edge experience to the Troopers. “I am very excited to welcome these talented individuals to the Troopers instructional team. The experience and dedication they have for their craft will be of enormous benefit to the young people looking to […]

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Meet The 2020 Madison Scouts Brass Team

The Madison Scouts are pleased to announce the Brass Instructional Team for the 2020 season, including: Ross Gordon, Caption Head Dylan Hyman, Assistant Caption Head Scott Carr, Consultant Brent Marquart, Consultant Kat Willer, Intern Read the rest of the article here.

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The Giving Season Is Coming: Here Are 3 New Ways You Can Support PR

While you might be surprised by the holiday decor already donning the aisles of your local department store, at Phantom Regiment we are also busy gearing up for a busy holiday season of giving. As a non-profit organization, our mission of creating life-changing performing arts experiences for young people depends on the generosity of our […]

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Valenzuela Stepping Down As Phantom Regiment Executive Director

Phantom Regiment announced today that executive director Rick Valenzuela has resigned from the role he has held for more than 13 years. He will transition out between now and mid-January 2020. “While leading this storied organization has been a labor of love, it is a challenging role,” Valenzuela said. “I’ve been looking for the right […]

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In The News – Defense In Sex Assault Case Wants Newspaper To Hand Over Accuser’s Video Interview

The defense attorney for the former drum corps director accused of sexual assault is demanding that a newspaper turn over its unedited video interview of his client’s accuser in order to prepare a proper defense. George Hopkins, the former CEO of the Allentown-based Youth Education in the Arts, faces three felony counts of sexual assault […]

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Meet The 2020 Madison Scouts Visual Team

The Madison Scouts are pleased to announce the Visual Instructional Team for the 2020 season, including: Tim Darbonne, Caption Head Brandon Wickem, Consultant Adrien Alkazzaz, Instructor Johnathon Bower, Instructor Dan Hoffman, Instructor Karl Koemmpel, Instructor Arjuna Myles, Instructor Sierra Rogers, Instructor Miranda Stark, Instructor Jeremy Turner, Instructor Read the rest of the article here.

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Forward Performing Arts Presents At Wisconsin Music Educators Conference

On Friday, October 25th, Dann Petersen, joined by Nick Junker, will present “Making Time for Leadership Curriculum in the Classroom”. The presentation will be from 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. in Room E at the Monona Terrace. The session will allow music educators to discover the most common leadership challenges identified by music students along […]

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