In This Edition …
• Gold reveals poignant 2018 production
• Phantom Regiment reveals new uniform look
• Latest looks inside spring training rehearsal camps
• Plus much more!
7th Regiment will hold its first public performance of 2018, Sunday, June 10, in Charleston, Massachusetts.
For the corps' 2018 program, “Academic,” The Academy showcased its bold new Fruhauf uniforms this week.
The Blue Devils organization helds its sneak peek event this past weekend, featuring four different performance ensembles in the corps’ hometown of Concord, California.
Blue Knights is recruiting volunteers to help feed the corps in its mobile kitchen during the corps' 2018 summer tour.
For their 2018 program, “The Once and Future Carpenter,” the Blue Stars recently received brand-new natural-finish percussion instruments from Yamaha.
Registration for the Bluecoats’ next “The Blue Way” educational experience closes soon; the event will be held Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10 in Marion, Indiana.
The Crusaders’ annual “Concert in the Park” event is set for June 14 at 5 p.m. in Boston.
The Cadets announced an upcoming community performance of “The Unity Project” at Ohio Northern University on June 14.
Crown recently held its first CrownLEARNING camp, centered on brass and leadership.
On Wednesday, The Cavaliers announced their music selections for “On Madness and Creativity,” including Peter Graham’s “The Triumph of Time” and Rufus Wainwright’s “Oh What a World.”
Crossmen is currently advertising its 2018 eXperience Day, which will be held at Heroes Stadium in San Antonio on June 15.
The musical selections for Genesis’ 2018 production, “RetroVertigo,” were released. The corps’ repertoire features Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” and Pink Martini’s rendition of Doris Day’s “Que Sera Sera.”
This week, Gold released information about its 2018 program, “Through Our Eyes,” which will be themed on the challenges faced by differently-abled individuals.
The Guardians currently have openings for 2018 on mellophone, baritone and tuba.
Jersey Surf recently released a video recapping its first public performance of the new season.
The Kalamazoo, Michigan-based corps released the title and music selections of its 2018 production, “Along Came a Spider.”
Mandarins’ director, J.W. Koester, recently posted an update on the status of the corps’ spring training rehearsals.
The newest World Class corps recently posted this video recapping its first week of spring training.
The Oregon Crusaders are in search of two Class A CDL drivers interesting in driving their refrigerated box truck and sleeper cab.
Want to be a part of Pacific Crest’s 25th Anniversary production? Be one of 36 stars in “Here’s to the Ones Who Dream.”
Regiment revealed its new uniforms from Fred J. Miller that corps members will wear for their 2018 production “This New World.”
Pioneer is still in need of color guard cast members for the 2018 season.
The Raiders recently suited up for the Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City.
River City Rhythm
River City Rhythm still has spots available in its baritone, trumpet, tuba and color guard sections.
Santa Clara Vanguard
Vanguard is looking for fans to help sponsor a meal for the corps this season via its 2018 Food Fund.
The Cascades are still in need of an experienced synthesizer and vibraphone player.
Southwind still has openings for 2018 for baritone/euphonium, cymbals, and marimba players.
Spirit of Atlanta
Dr. Jake Levy spoke to Spirit of Atlanta members about mental health on June 6.
The Troopers are still in need of a Class A CDL truck driver.