Video/Audio NOW POSTED: Angels is taking shape!

Camp rehearsals result in more than nine minutes of music

The Cadets play during ensemble rehearsal on Sunday afternoon. Below, members of the snare section grab a bite to eat before heading back into their extended weekend.

Our Cadet Angels are taking flight!

The Cadets now have more than nine minutes of music to Angels in the Architecture under their belts, the result of five productive camps that began in mid-November. As camp wrapped up for the brass and percussion sections in Woodstown, N.J., last weekend, the corps is proud to share a portion of the opener played on Sunday during ensemble rehearsal.

“This was a very productive and busy camp,” said Cadets Assistant Director Justin Heimbecker. “We took advantage of the Presidents Day holiday to get more done.” Camp also included uniform fittings for the entire corps with representatives of DeMoulin Bros. & Company, The Cadets exclusive uniform provider. The Percussion Section also had an extended stay to learn more music through Sunday night, adding to their repertoire of Angels by their departure on Monday morning.

Camp also included two days of colorguard rehearsals for those who could attend. The Front Ensemble also broke down and packed up their equipment in anticipation of new instruments from our corporate partner Yamaha arriving in the next few days.

To see photos from the Feb. 18-20 camp at Woodstown High School, visit The Cadets Facebook page.

A few select positions remain open

Due to monetary and other life changing issues for some members, The Cadets brass section now has openings for several positions in the hornline. Currently, the corps is seeking:

  • Trumpet players
  • Baritone players

Interested musicians should inquire to Heimbecker at Justin@yea.org, or by telephone at (610) 821-0345, Ext. 112.

 

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