Performing with accurate vertical rhythmic alignment or “playing in time” is a subject worth addressing in any style of music, but nowhere is it more important or difficult than in marching band.
In this video, Ferguson dives into concepts for use with the Front Ensemble! These tips for teachers and players address the listening environment, timing responsibilities, and several additional items that will help teachers address the front ensemble in their band!
Phantom Regiment is known for producing some of the best conductors in the marching arts. In addition to learning conducting skills, our drum major training opportunities include outstanding leadership training – valuable knowledge whether it is your first or fourth year as a student leader.
Whether as an educator or a performer, the idea of brass players warming up properly is both extremely important and tied to the idea of a regular practice routine. Here are some of the most important ideas to consider when developing or examining your own routine.