Start your marching band season in style with custom MCDC personal protection equipment. Our masks come in 2 styles with 3 sizes to choose from. A portion of all proceeds will go directly to Music City Youth in the Arts, Inc. Help our community stay safe and get back to the performance field. We Are Music City!
Music City would like to take a moment and thank our generous donors from the month of April. With the COVID shutdown and the cancellation of the 2020 DCI Summer Tour we will be leaning on the generosity of our family, friends and fans to help ensure Music City can continue to deliver on its’[…]
Giving Tuesday, the groundbreaking global generosity movement announced #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving and unity, set to take place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. Founded in 2009, Music City has been delivering its mission to hundreds of students each year since. As a performing[…]
Music City Youth in the Arts announced today the cancellation of the Music City Drum Corps 2020 summer tour. The Nashville-based nonprofit’s action is in coordination with Drum Corps International and the decision by the entirety of DCI’s national membership corps to cancel the tour. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic made impossible DCI’s ability to plan[…]
Music City Drum Corps is suspending its March Brass Camp originally scheduled for March 20-22 in Franklin, Tenn. The uncertainty of school facility availability, travel restrictions and bans, reduced attendance and the potential to have a productive camp with understandable focus on the current COVID-19 situation led to this decision, according to Executive Director Joe[…]
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[…]