- CCHS senior Maya Struhar selected to perform with Colts Drum and Bugle Corps
- Colts Drum & Bugle Corps
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- Granite City resident to perform with Colts Drum & Bugle Corps
CCHS senior Maya Struhar selected to perform with Colts Drum and Bugle Corps
The Colts are a drum and bugle corps from Dubuque, Iowa, the smallest city nationally to host a Drum Corps International World Class drum corps. Founded in.and full you watch
They are the last Division One drum corps in Iowa and they've been around for 50 years. Colts Cavalcade: No Boundaries, is the working title for documentary about this amazing organization. Join the musical journey of the members of the Colts' A-corps as they move through the year, auditioning, rehearsing, and touring the country in order to prepare for completion at the Drum Corps International World Championships. See the world-class performances of music in motion by the color guard and musicians as well as the personal stories shared by the volunteers, staff, corps members, and alumni. Of special note are the interviews with DCI legends.
The corps that is now the Colts began in , when the Dubuque American Legion Post and its senior drum and bugle corps , the Dukes of Dubuque started the all-boy "Junior Dukes. The instructional staff was Dick Davis, who taught horns, drums, and marching. The instructional staff doubled in size in , as Clarence Hagge joined Davis in teaching horns and marching. When the Dukes ceased operations in , Davis, Hagge, and corps manager Bob Buelow assumed the leadership and changed the corps' name to the Legionnaires and took the corps from being strictly a parade corps into field competition. When the majority of the members did not return, however, the age limit was lowered to thirteen, allowing the corps to field forty-eight members, and after the season, recruitment problems were somewhat eased by the decision to add girls and make the corps coed. On November 16, , the Parents and Boosters Club was formed.
The Colt Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps — based out of Dubuque, Iowa — pulled into town early Monday morning and spent about 36 hours here to hone their show and get some rest. The Colt Cadets were formed in The Colt Cadets are an Open Class corps that features 85 members, with an average age in the range. Their schedule runs from early June to the second week of August. Louis areas, and even several members from Arizona and Florida. The Colt Cadets rolled into town at a. Monday then tackled a full schedule that started with stretching at a.
Sign up today to be the first to receive details and materials for auditions. Both corps enjoyed memorable seasons this year with incredibly strong performances on the field. Colt Cadets returned to Open Class Finals for the first time since ! Flags, uniforms, props, instruments, and more — we've got it all! Browse our online store to find the perfect product for your band, indoor group, or small ensemble. The Colts are proud to welcome four individuals to the Hall Of Fame.
Legislators talk issues with constituents in Wood River. Saving the date. Approximately young people will audition for 1 of the positions in the group. They performed in the presidential inaugural parade in Washington, D. Members are selected through a competitive audition process.
Maya finally achieved her dream of being selected for the Colts Drum and Bugle Corps. The previous two years, she had been selected for the Colt Cadets, the open-class corps that serves as a feeder system for the Colts. Struhar is the daughter of John and Adonica Struhar of Creston. John marched with the Colts in , when he was the lead soprano bugle player. Maya will be a member of the color guard section in the Colts.
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Granite City resident to perform with Colts Drum & Bugle Corps