Music City is already collecting the names of those interested in auditioning for the 2017 corps. Everyone who submits an Interest Form will receive an email with specific information about our auditions.
So what are you waiting for? All we promise is that you'll have more fun than you can imagine and that you'll make a ton of new best friends for life! Start making plans now to come join in the excitement! See you at auditions!
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The music arrangers and drill designer for Music City’s 2017 season have been announced. Terry Jolley will be serving as the brass arranger. Terry is from Murfreesboro, TN and has arranged and taught the horn line for Music City in the past. David England will be serving as the percussion arranger as well as staff[…]
Music City has announced its winter camp schedule as well as the dates of the summer training camp. A complete list of all events is posted on the Calendar page. The corps recently received its 1,000th interest form for next year’s corps! There’s always room for a few more though! We invite you to attend[…]
Music City can announce that its weekend-long audition camp will be held on December 9-11 at Freedom Middle School in Franklin, TN (20 miles south of Nashville). The corps will also hold a one-day audition on Sunday, November 20 at Southaven HS in Southaven, MS (5 miles south of Memphis, TN) and another one-day audition[…]
Music City is pleased to announce the corps’ caption heads for the 2017 season. Veteran caption heads Tom Grant and Chris DeBerry will be returning to lead the horn line and drum line respectively. New to Music City will be color guard caption head Tracy Carter. Currently serving as assistant band director at Madison Central[…]
Music City gave its final performance of the 2016 season on August 11 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. The corps was once again an audience favorite and placed 27th overall (24th in General Effect). Congrats members and staff on another outstanding season! Anyone interested in receiving information about auditions for the 2017 corps[…]
Drum corps fans packed Vanderbilt University’s stadium on July 29 and were treated to outstanding performances by nine corps. Music City Drum Corps got things kicked off, and the applause started before the corps even marched onto the field. The corps gave by far its best performance of the year. Thank you MCDC fans for[…]
Music City rocked the house (actually most of downtown!) with an impressive performance given on the steps of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center on July 27. Even better, local news stations covered the event so thousands of people got a glimpse of the corps on their televisions. You can check out the coverage provided by News[…]
Music City Drum Corps will give a free concert on the steps of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Wednesday, July 27 at 12:30 p.m. The corps will be performing “The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra,” “Stars and Stripes Forever” and “The Tennessee Waltz.” The concert will last about 25 minutes so grab your lunch[…]
Most of you already know that drum corps members nationwide pay membership fees that cover most of a drum corps’ expenses. All corps however must raise additional monies to make up the difference not covered by the membership fees. Music City’s biggest fundraiser last summer was donations from generous supporters to “sponsor meals” for the[…]
Music City’s 2016 production “Coronation” is proving to be a crowd favorite this summer. The corps has received rousing ovations at all of its early tour performances. You can check out numerous photos on the corps’ Facebook page. The corps was also warmly received at July 4th parades in Wisconsin. Watch and listen to the[…]