be able to return. Thanks for downloading the brass audition packet. To download, click the links below. If you have questions, contact [email protected] org. The exercises in this packet are designed to help you develop a solid All individual battery auditions will consist of the exercise packet, along with a 2 minute. AUDITION PACKET. Cadets Front Ensemble Audition Packet Introduction Hello, and thank you for your interest in the Cadets Front Ensemble.

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I was the only one at auidtion November camp and I don’t want to be lonely. Might have to fast-track it just a bit with auditions coming up, but this looks super useful. All I want to know is how should I go about this? Of course, alot of people audition at these top corps, so you will have to hold your own. No flamebait or personal attacks. Is there anything you can think of that I could focus on over the next few weeks?

Submit a new link. Every group has a different vibe, and you can use audition camps to get to know that vibe, the teaching style, the demand cadeys that corps, etc. I know i can go really far musically, but visually I need a lot of work. Don’t be nervous about it.


You are good enough at marching and playing, you are dedicated to the program, and you are easily teachable. Also, audition advice for a euph player at the Auditio This is the only year I’d consider auditioning.

Auditions Megathread : drumcorps

Ive been marching for 4 years hs plus 2 corps seasons, but Im still a visual wreck in terms of keeping myself relaxed. Of course, you have to look good and sound good, but show the staff that of all the options for corps to march, you want to paclet in The Bluecoats.

No racism, homophobia, sexism, rape jokes, or other bigotry. Why do we bother having an audition megathread if people just post their questions directly to the subreddit caders You may make the cut one year and not the next.

Even if you don’t plan to march next year, I really would consider going to a camp, just to feel it out. Ausition have positions open in every section in the brass line. Corps go through ups and downs like any organization. I’ll be at the 1 day camp in STL.

I don’t remember the Denver clause being there last year. The best way to ensure you get that spot is to take paclet they says to heart and start working like you are already a member of that hornline. Maybe ways I could learn them now, if possible? Work on finger dexterity, that is the biggest difference. There’s actually an exercise I’ve been working on lately that’s to improve exactly this.


Colt Cadets Drum & Bugle Corps

Sometimes the competition is higher than other years. Good for them on getting to open class. They are probably going to use the other exercises in the packet in the audition and throughout the year. Any tips for working on marching skill?

Colts Youth Organization – Colt Cadets Drum & Bugle Corps

Les Titans de Quebec: If you do want something to start with, however, there are some videos from cadegs staff at Bluecoats a few years back, looks like they were using them to keep up with members between pre-season camps.

Even at the corps that doesn’t explicitly require it, it helps a lot to have experience marching an instrument at that corps.

Thanks for any info and if anyone could point me in the right direction that would be much appreciated!