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Marching Roundtable 839: LOUD Is Not A 4-Letter Word

Playing loud is ok! Mandarins Brass Caption Head Tim Snyder shows you how to safely encourage your students to play loud with a good sound, dynamics, emotion, and accuracy. You can listen to us below, or if you want to take us with you, you can download us from iTunes. Read the rest of the […]

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Minnesota Brass, Inver Hills Community College Embark On Partnership

Minnesota Brass Inc. (MBI) and Inver Hills Community College of Inver Grove Heights, Minn., have embarked on discussions aimed at a music-education partnership that would further their respective missions. “We are thrilled about the potential of a long-term relationship with Inver Hills Community College,” said Katy Matuzak, Minnesota Brass executive director. “MBI has a strong […]

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Southwind Announces 2020 Colorguard Staff

Excitement and momentum for Southwind’s 2020 season continues to build. To complement its impressive design team, Southwind is proud to announce the staff of its colorguard for the coming year. According to Corps Director Lawrence LeClaire, “As we continue to grow as a program, colorguard is one of our key areas of focus. Right now, […]

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Crossmen Announce 2020 Percussion Staff

Crossmen Productions is excited to announce the 2020 Crossmen Drum Corps Percussion Staff! Under the direction of Caption Head, Dr. Lane Summerlin, the 2020 Crossmen Percussion Staff is comprised of an exciting new team of professionals! We look forward to the incredible work this team has to provide! Read the rest of the article here.

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Help Spread The Word About PR2020 Auditions

Audition Registration for the 2020 Phantom Regiment Drum Corps is now open! With 5 camp weekends in several locations throughout the country, talented brass, percussion, front ensemble, and color guard performers are invited to spend a weekend with one of the most historic organizations in drum corps. This is an excellent opportunity for musicians and […]

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Southwind Gets Early Start On 2020, Announces Design Team

Fresh off its breakout 2019 season, Southwind plans to make new waves in 2020. Last season, the corps climbed the ranks of Open Class with conceptual show design and a continued emphasis on crowd-pleasing performances. “Last season was great for us. The crowds loved us. We were named DCI’s most-improved corps, and we came close […]

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2020 Southwind Calendar

Southwind has a full calendar of activities scheduled for the 2020 season. You can be a part of Southwind, whether you choose to become a member, a volunteer or a fan! Want to help out? Contact southwind [at] southwind [dot] org to volunteer with the corps. Look for Southwind at these events: Audition Camps: Nov. […]

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Spirit Of Atlanta’s 2020 Design Team

Spirit of Atlanta will again be led by Director Chris Moore and Assistant Director David Coheley for the 2020 season. Moore has announced the creative team who will design the corps production for 2020, including some important new additions. Sal Salas returns to his role as Program Coordinator and Artistic Director, leading the overall concept […]

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Robert Cawthorne Promoted To Digital Creative Manager

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Robert Cawthorne to Digital Creative Manager at Phantom Regiment. In this newly created role, Robert will oversee the organization’s online media presence and lead the direction and production of all audio, visual, and media production for Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps. “I’m excited to have Robert […]

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Blue Knights Board Of Directors Annual Retreat 2019

The Board of Directors and staff of Ascend Performing Arts spent the weekend of October 4th through 6th reviewing the 2019 year and evaluating the organization’s progress in relation to the strategic plan for the future. “A strong theme at the 2020 season kickoff board retreat was strengthening Ascend’s connections with alumni, the local arts […]

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