Oceanside, CA – Gold Drum and Bugle Corps announces their first audition on Sunday, January 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Laguna Hills High School located at 25401 Paseo de Valencia in the city of Laguna Hills. The cost for auditions is $30 and includes one of three audition opportunities to take place throughout Southern California. Those interested in the corps brass, drum, and colorguard sections are asked to visit the corps’ website at http://www.golddrumcorps.org to obtain more information about the corps audition events.
“Gold is the current DCI Open Class reigning champion in Southern California which means we’re going to have some exciting new performance opportunities that our previous members will be excited about, as well as, new talent. We wanted to make sure we offered three different locations within Southern California in order to give every performer a chance at auditioning,” explained Executive Corps Director, Dr. Don Flaherty.
Gold’s additional audition dates and locations are scheduled for January 30, 2011 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Chino (Location TBA) and February 13, 2011 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in San Diego (Location TBA). The $30 cost of auditions covers all three audition dates.
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Gold Drum and Bugle Corps is a 503 non-profit organization under the direction of Dr. Donald Flaherty. The corps was created in 2005 to enrich the educational, social, ethical, philosophical, and performing arts lives of young adults. The corps will provide progressive and highly developed instruction, performing arts programs, and mentoring from passionate, experienced, and professional individuals. With dedication, discipline, teamwork, and a commitment to youth development and performance excellence, our members’ will experience life changing moments and begin a journey that will catapult them into the real world with invaluable skills. While providing enjoyment to our local community and audiences nationwide, participation in Gold instills confidant, passionate, ethical, and character driven people that will make them highly desirable candidates in the workplace and contributing members of society.
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