The director of the Japanese instrument brand Tama Drums, Ken Hoshino, will be opening the new training field for Juliana from Middelburg next week. Juliana is moving to the new location because the old location has to make way for houses.
The two Italian groups of the Mosson Secutores project will appear under the new name 'Unity' at the DCE European Championships this year. The Drum Corps Europe board has approved the name change in the list of participants.
Just a handful of tickets left and then Block B will be sold out for the DCE Championships. All business seats (Blocks A and B) will be completely sold out.
Both the Rasteder Musiktage and the German Open in Hameln can count on a new participant on the field this year: Phoenix Performance Ensemble will participate in both events.
Double success for Jubal at the first DCN show in Roosendaal. Both Jubal and Jong Jubal managed to top the Premier Class and the Junior Class respectively on Saturday.
The start of the European Music Games, this Saturday in Roosendaal, will be broadcast live on Facebook. Anyone who likes the official Facebook page of Drum Corps Europe can watch parts of the event while they happen.
The 15th DCE Judges college 2016 took place in Newcastle under Lyme, UK, on 14th and 15th May. College is an intensive program over two days, a full day session on the Saturday, with a half day Sunday morning, allowing Judges time to travel home in the afternoon.
Just a few days left before the European Music Games 2016 kick off in Roosendaal - The Netherlands. Drum corps fans can start preparing for another Summer season in five European countries.
After an absence of 21 years, the IMG SoundSport Glasgow show brought the competitive Marching Arts back to Scotland with a bang. The Bellahouston Sports Centre provided an excellent venue, which ironically had also hosted the first Scottish Drum Corps Show in 1982.
Beatrix Drum & Bugle Corps from Hilversum has a new board. The newly appointed management has stated that it wants to expand the corps and put it back on the map.
On Saturday 21st May at the Bellahouston Sports Centre the sights and sounds of bands, will be a trip down memory lane for those that attended the Scottish Marching Band Championships there in the very early 1980’s. Here is a list of the performers.