Cadets looking for talented mellophone, baritone players

Many 2011 positions available in the mid-brass sections

A high number of age-outs in 2010 leave many openings for mid-brass players in 2011.

The Cadets have long been known to the unique sound of a “Gino hornline,” easily identified by the rich mid-voice writing by Brass Arranger Jay Bocook. In 2011, The Cadets are looking for the best of the best to fill the ranks of both the mellophone and baritone sections. With a large age-out class in each section, the opportunity for a talented, hard-working brass musician is as good as ever! 

Brass and percussion musicians and colorguard performers are invited to audition for the 2011 Cadets at the full Audition Camp on Nov. 19-21 at Reading High School in Reading, Pa. 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT AUDITIONS & CAMPS 

REGISTER TO AUDITION 

The Nov. 19-21 Audition Camp in Reading, Pa., is specifically geared toward returning Cadets, college students, high school seniors and performers with previous drum corps experience.  

Questions concerning the audition process and Audition Camp should be directed to Justin Heimbecker, Assistant Director of The Cadets, at Justin@yea.org, or by telephone at (610) 821-0345, Ext. 112, or Melissa Barlow at Melissa@yea.org, or (610) 821-0345, Ext. 115.

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