Come and Join Poynton Commodores Drum Corps - All Ages

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Come and Join Poynton Commodores Drum Corps - All Ages

Postby commodore » Sat Feb 13, 2010 12:32 pm

The Commodores are now recruiting new members, of all ages, for 2010. Come and join one of the UK's top Drum Corps and enjoy the family atmosphere, the thrill of lively competition and competing abroad against the best that Europe has to offer. Typically, the European Finals takes place in front of thousands of avid supporters under floodlights at one of Hollands top Premiership clubs. No other similar hobby can offer such excitement and such fantastic experiences.
The Commodores is now an Open Age group with parents as well as youngsters performing with the Corps. Age is no problem and experience of this activity is not essential although previous mucical knowledge is beneficial.

Sections within our Drum Corps needing new Members are:Brass instruments ranging from Soprano through to Contra Bass (Tuba)

Colour Guard. Choreographed movement and Dance using Flags, Immitation Rifles, Sabres and various other items of equipment.
Members Welcome in these areas.

Rehearsals are at Poynton High School, Tuesday evenings, 6:30 to 8:00 for Juniors (under 13) and 7:00 to 9:30 for the Seniors/Open age section.
Come along and check us out.
Visit http://www.commodores.info or contact Karen Muskett, 01625 876441, for information or Mike Williamson on 01625 260392 or at: mikeb_williamson@hotmail.com

M.Williamson

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Re: Come and Join Poynton Commodores Drum Corps - All Ages

Postby Hazel Grove Carnival » Tue Mar 09, 2010 7:42 pm

performing at local events helps with recuitiment of local people !!

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Re: Come and Join Poynton Commodores Drum Corps - All Ages

Postby commodore » Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:34 am

In response to the comment about doing local events:
The last communal event in Poynton was the Xmas Festival evening which we attended. Prior to that was the Community Bonfire which we led the Torchlight Procession. Going back further, was a Community Family Day at the Farmers Arms which we performed at after rushing back from a weekend long rehearsal at Burton on Trent. The next event in Poynton is the Abba and Brass event which, once again we will be taking part in. We would be hard pushed to take part in many more local events in Poynton !!
Other than these, we can only be involved in events if we are invited and if we do not already have any previous committments.
MW


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