We are excited to announce that tickets to all four events produced by the Phantom Regiment are now on sale! Plus, there’s still time to get seats in the Regiment phan block at DCI Regionals & World Championships!
We also have a Regiment block of tickets for DCI Regionals in: San Antonio, Atlanta and Allentown. You can see which sections and rows are available when you order.
Reserve your seats for any of these great shows now. Orders will be filled on a first come first served basis. Tickets will be shipped via US Mail after May 1st.
We also have a block of rooms at the Regiment HQ hotel – Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. This is the same hotel that our end of season Celebration Brunch will be at as well.
So you can purchase your DCI World Championship tickets; reserve your Indy hotel; and purchase your ticket to the end of season Celebration Brunch all at the same time!
To find more information or to purchase/reserve any of the above, just visit this easy to remember website: regiment.org/indy
Over the previous 7 years that we have offered DCI tickets, our block has continued to grow in numbers. The support from our phans has been tremendous! The corps members can’t thank you enough for your support at their biggest show of the year.
Besides sitting with other Regiment fans, you will be participating in one of our largest fundraisers! The Regiment earns commissions on all tickets sold through us! Ticket prices are the same face value as set by DCI and we are only adding a nominal ticketing convenience fee of $5.00 per ticket (a savings of 33% – 44% from other ticket outlets).
We hope we can count on your presence and support again this upcoming August at Lucas Oil Stadium!
Volunteering can be an exciting, growing, enjoyable experience. It is truly gratifying to serve a cause, practice one’s ideals, work with people, solve problems, see benefits, and know one had a hand in them.
– Harriet Naylor
Phantom Regiment is always in need of volunteers throughout the year. We have many different volunteer opportunities available. Whether it’s touring the country with us, at a weekend camp or spring training in Rockford – our volunteers help to provide the support and experience that is so very valuable to the young people who participate in our programs.
For more information, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you’re interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below.
Larysa Euteneuer is a 2012 graduate of the University of Indiana-Bloomington with a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education and a focus in mathematics.
Larysa began her color guard career at Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, MN. After completing four years of her high school program, she went on to audition for the Phantom Regiment Color Guard in 2008. She marched 4 years with the Regiment beginning in 2008 and aged out in 2011.
Larysa is entering her 4th year as the director of the F.J. Reitz Color Guard and devotes her extra time to teaching the EVSC Honors Winter Guard and working with other local high school color guard programs. She spent some time teaching the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps Color Guard in 2013 and is excited to be a clinician for the second year at the Phantom Regiment Educational Camp this year. She currently teaches 4th grade and lives in Evansville, IN.
Daylen Rivera is Originally from Lander, Wyoming, and has worked with various schools and independent groups across the country including: Lakota West High School, Kings High School, Centerville High School, and Zydeco Independent A Colorguard. He has taught for the Fred J. Miller Summer Clinics, a well known and respected marching arts summer intensive. Additionally, Daylen was a member of the Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps, Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps, Zydeco Open Color Guard, and the Zydeco World Color Guard. Daylen lives in the Dallas, TX area and teaches the Marcus Highs School color guard as well as serves as the Director of Color Guard at Coppell High School.
Cody Newill is thrilled to join the Phantom Regiment team this summer. Cody graduated from Little Elm High School where he was a part of the Little Elm Winter Guard. Cody is in his fifth year of instructing the Marcus Color Guard in Flower Mound, TX. He has also performed with Ars Nova, Black Gold, CGT, Blue Devils, and Crossmen. Cody is currently the director of color guard at Timbercreek High School but also does clinics at other various schools. Cody is pursuing a degree in Architectural Engineering at the University of North Texas.
Louis Hellinger is a NJ resident and has over 20 years of performance, design and instruction experience for color guard, drum corps and band. He began his passion for this activity quite humbly in a local Independent A guard and the Raiders Drum Corps, both from his hometown of Bayonne, NJ. Later, he was a member of the renowned Emerald Marquis color guard from Wakefield, Ma. Louis also performed with the Sunrisers (NY) and Westshoremem (PA) drum corps throughout his marching career.
After marching Louis has had the privilege to work with many wonderful groups in a design capacity. Louis has been the creative director/designer for West Orange HS for the past 12 years. Most recently, he has also worked with: Cypress Independent (TX), The Black Watch (NJ), The Blue Knight (CO), AMP (NJ) and Sacred Heart University (CT).
In addition to all of his competitive teaching, Louis is proud to be a part of the the Flaggots Color Guard (NY/NJ/PA/CT) and he has been the Creative Director since 2005. The Flaggots is known across the country to be one of the most well-known and exciting parade color guards.
When he is not doing color guard, Louis has a busy and exciting career working in online marketing for a classic American sportswear brand in NYC. He also enjoys traveling (currently planning a trip to Spain this fall), the beach (jersey shore of course), and finding any excuse to bake something sweet.
Jon Weber is visiting instructor of percussion at the Michigan State University College of Music, where he teaches applied percussion lessons, percussion ensemble, salsa band, and the award-winning Michigan State Drumline. He has presented clinics throughout the United States, and in the summer of 2012 presented clinics and a recital in Colombia. He has served as a panel clinician at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention multiple times. Weber has performed with the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, the Brass Band of Battle Creek, the Flint Symphony Orchestra, the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, the New York Solsti Orchestra, and the Santa Clara Vanguard. He is percussionist for the world fusion group The Nomads, which released its second CD Road Trip in 2007. In 2009, he founded the Michigan State University salsa band, Salsa Verde, which performs across Michigan. Weber also performs regularly with the salsa band Orquesta Ritmo.
Weber taught the Michigan All-State percussion program at Interlochen from 2007-2009. He has also taught percussion at Oklahoma State University. He has performed Michael Daugherty’s timpani concerto Raise the Roof with the MSU Wind Symphony and Bartok s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion with Orchestra with the MSU Symphony Orchestra. Weber heads the percussion faculty for the summer Performing Arts Camp at Michigan State University. With the MSU Drumline, he has presented performances at the Bands of America Grand National Championships, the Percussive Arts Society International Convention, and wherever the Spartans play football. From 2004 – 2011, Weber was composer / arranger for the Detroit Pistons Drumline, which has performed at NBA games in Detroit and Chicago, with Kid Rock on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and the 2006 NBA All-Star Game in Houston, Texas. University and NBA Drumlines have performed his percussion arrangements across the United States. Weber received his DMA in Percussion Performance from Michigan State in 2008. He is a Yamaha Performing Artist and member of the Vic Firth Education Team.
Dr. Kevin Sanders joined the faculty of the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music at the University of Memphis in the fall of 2008. Hailing from a small town outside of Little Rock, Arkansas, Sanders has been a performer and clinician in Europe, Asia, and North and South America.
He has performed with the American Brass Quintet, Memphis Symphony, New Mexico Symphony, Macau Orchestra (China), Spoleto USA Festival Orchestra, New World Symphony, Chicago Civic Orchestra, and the Jeunesse Musicales World Orchestra for their North American and European tours. As a soloist, Sanders will be releasing his debut solo CD in the Fall of 2013. He can also be heard on the 2011 release of “Radiant Blues” on Mark Records, which includes Charles Booker s Sonatina for Tuba and Wind Ensemble with the University of Memphis Wind Ensemble.
A devoted educator, Dr. Sanders has served on the board of the Memphis Youth Symphony and authored a play-a-long fundamentals routine for young brass, woodwind, and percussionists entitled The Hollywood Warm-Up. He has also been a featured clinician at the Washington D.C. Army Band Tuba-Euphonium Conference and International Tuba-Euphonium Conferences.
Dr. Sanders is currently on faculty at the Arkansas Governor s School and serves on the board of directors for Concerts International, an organization dedicated to bringing world-class chamber music to Memphis. He has held positions on the faculties of the University of Arkansas Fort Smith, SUNY-Potsdam Crane School of Music, and the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp.
Dr. Sanders holds degrees from the Interlochen Arts Academy, Indiana University, The Juilliard School and Michigan State University. More information can be found on his website www.kevinmsanders.com