Drum Corps International, the world leader in producing and sanctioning competitive events for the world's most elite and exclusive marching music ensembles for students, will exhibit at the Midwest Clinic at the Chicago Hilton and Towers from Wednesday, December 19 through Friday, December 21.
The Midwest Clinic is the world's largest instrumental music education conference. Held each December in Chicago, it regularly attracts more than 14,000 music professionals and students from all 50 states and as many as 40 nations. It is comprised of 40 concerts, more than 75 educational clinics, and a trade show featuring numerous organizations. In addition to picking up the 2007 World Championships DVDs and CDs at the DCI booth on the trade show floor (#2117-2119), Midwest Clinic visitors can learn more about "OnQ," DCI's innovative, new performance education division. Additionally, music educators are welcome to register to receive both the 2007 "Commitment to Excellence" DVD and information regarding OnQ's educational programs and products. And don't forget to also visit the following Drum Corps International partners and member corps that also will exhibit: Avedis Zildjian Company The Band Hall Bands of America/Music for All, Inc. The Cavaliers Coastline Travel/Hawaii Invitational Conn-Selmer, Inc. D'Addario and Company, Inc. DeMoulin Bros. and Company Director's Showcase Disney Performing Arts Program Dynasty Fred J. Miller, Inc. The Instrumentalist Jolesch Photography Jupiter Band Instruments/The Quantum Marching Project NAMM, the International Music Products Association Pearl Corporation ProMark Corporation Remo, Inc. Roland Corporation U.S. Sibelius U.S.A., Inc. Stanbury Uniforms United States Army United States Marine Corps Vic Firth, Inc. Wenger Winter Guard International Woodwind & Brasswind Yamaha Corporation of America Youth Education in the Arts
Chicago Hilton and Towers