The 2020 drum corps season is just around the corner. Music City invites you to join us for what is sure to be an incredible tour! A list of our camp dates and tour schedule can be found on our Calendar.
Please submit an interest form so that we can share additional information including the audition materials with you. You will also find more details on our Membership page. Hope to see you soon!
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What is Music City up to?
Music City Drum Corps has awarded veteran horn line members Amaya Cooper and Megan Severs its annual Finis Sparkman Scholarship. Cooper, of Martin, Tenn., and Severs, of Nashville, will each return to perform a second year with the corps for the 2020 season. “There is not a word that expresses how grateful I am for[…]
Music City Drum Corps launches its 2020 season with a revitalized design team featuring a new group of award-winning Nashville professionals who will join key returning designers. Shane Gwaltney will lead the team as program coordinator. He is a charter member of Music City Mystique Indoor Percussion, and has since served as an arranger, designer[…]
FLAGS, EQUIPMENT, AND COSTUMES FOR SALE! It’s that time of year! Music City Drum Corps has flags, costumes and equipment from our 2019 Production Of Mice and Music that would be a perfect fit for your fall marching band or winter guard and percussion programs. If you’re interested in getting more information about any of the[…]
Members of Music City Winds are looking forward to participating Saturday, April 13 at the WGI World Championships in Dayton, Ohio. You can catch Music City’s prelims performance live at 2:05 Central Time at FloMarching.com. The performance time in finals on Sunday will be determined by placement in prelims, but it would likely be between 11 a.m.[…]
The success of the Music City Drum Corps depends upon a team of volunteers who fill many key roles, including feeding hungry corps members and staff during weekend camps. Alumni volunteer Kenneth Sutton of Springfield, Tenn. talks about his experience helping during the February camp and why other corps alumni members should consider volunteering, too.[…]
The success of the Music City Drum Corps depends upon a team of volunteers who fill many key roles, including feeding hungry corps members and staff during weekend camps. New volunteer Dan Hecht of Gulf Breeze, Fla. talks about his experience helping during the February camp and why you should consider volunteering, too. Hecht’s son[…]
Music City Drum Corps has awarded its annual Finis Sparkman Scholarship to Katie Mangrum of Nashville, Tenn. Mangrum is currently a senior at Hillwood High School and a member of Music City’s color guard. “I started color guard as a sophomore and I keep coming back to it every year because of how simultaneously fun[…]
Music City Youth in the Arts, Inc. today named Joe Roach as the director of the Music City Drum Corps for its 2019 season.
Roach comes to Music City after spending more than 10 years with The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps from Rosemont, Ill. From 2016-18 Roach served as The Cavaliers Director of Programs, responsible for overseeing the corps, Cavaliers Indoor Percussion, Chromium Winds, GearWorks programs and more. “I have been a fan of Music City the past[…]
Music City Drum Corps members can expect an increased emphasis on professionalism, efficiency and learning in 2019, according to new Visual Caption Head Nathan Barna. A six-season veteran staff member of the corps, Barna was recently promoted to this lead role. “I expect our visual staff will be the most professional group in the activity,[…]
A recent media report focusing on instructors who taught at various national drum and bugle corps organizations despite having matters of concern in their backgrounds named Dennis Laorenza as among these individuals. Laorenza worked in a part-time role as a trumpet instructor for the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps during the 2018 season. The[…]