In This Edition …
• Blue Stars voted best performing arts group
• River City Rhythm, Southwind, Cascades unveil 2018 productions
• Meet Madison Scouts’ newest soloist
• Plus much more!
The Battalion has openings for trumpet and tuba players, percussionists, and color guard members.
Blue Knights has an open paid position for a merchandise manager for the corps’ 2018 summer season.
Blue Stars has been voted the Best Performing Arts Group for 2018 in the Explore La Crosse Best of La Crosse County survey.
When April Gilligan-Martinez was caption head and designer for The Cadets’ color guard for well over 20 years, she was one of the biggest influences in the drum corps activity. Hear Cadets director George Hopkins’ captivating interview with her, in which she also shares her thoughts about the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, where she currently teaches the winter guard.
Colt Cadets will have another rehearsal and audition camp on March 4 in Dubuque.
Genesis is looking for two enthusiastic media interns to work with the corps during its 2018 summer tour.
Incognito has openings in all sections and is encouraging prospective members to come to the corps’ rehearsal camp on March 4.
Register today to save $25 on the registration fee for Legends’ final color guard auditions April 27-29.
Louisiana Stars is still accepting video auditions for open positions in all sections of the 2018 corps.
Learn more about Megan Hutera, the featured soloist in Madison Scouts’ 2018 show.
Band directors and school officials considering hosting drum corps rehearsals should read the advantages shared by those who have hosted Music City.
Pioneer will hold an audition camp March 9-11 in Milwaukee before heading to Chicago on Sunday to march in the South Side Irish Parade.
River City Rhythm
River City Rhythm revealed the title of its 2018 production, “Each Hour Wounds.”
Santa Clara Vanguard
Last weekend Santa Clara Vanguard headed to Dallas for its February rehearsal camp.
This week Seattle Cascades revealed the title of its 2018 production, “What Goes Around”
Southwind posted a video revealing the theme of its 2018 production that will feature a diverse repertoire including works by Arturo Sandoval, Robin Thicke, and Snarky Puppy, among others.
Troopers is seeking donations to the corps’ equipment truck fund. Funding will assist in finishing work on the largest such vehicle in the corps’ history.