Carmel, IN - March 15, 2011 - Dynamic Marching is partnering with banddirector.com !
Dynamic Marching provides many of the top marching band programs in the country innovative ideas for developing and refining the teaching methods of marching and music fundamentals as well as providing show design consultations. Education is our passion! Whether it is our acclaimed instructional DVDs or our marching and music clinics, Dynamic Marching can help you bring your marching program to the next level!
Dynamic Marching provides a world-class marching and music instruction curriculum that is accessible to all band programs regardless of their size, experience, or budget. By capturing the teaching methods of some of the most acclaimed and successful band instructors in the world on DVD, every band program can have access to the same proven teaching methods without the expensive costs of clinicians. Our DVDs are designed to help a director at any level establish a strong fundamentals curriculum for visual, music, and percussion disciplines.
Dynamic Marching and Movement: Volumes 1 & 2
Join experienced teacher, judge, and clinician, Jeff Young, as he and his staff guide you through a system of teaching visual fundamentals that has earned acclaim and success at both the state and national levels. The “Dynamic Marching & Movement” Series will provide you with a clear and proven method for teaching the basics of posture, marching, and body movement. This system is built upon innovative warm-up, stretch, and dance basics that teach the performer proper techniques in all aspects of body movement. Topics include: Posture, Instrument Carriage, Body & Dance Basics, Marching Fundamentals, Strength & Fitness, Block Drills, Across-the-Floor Drills, and Advanced Specialty Drills.
Dynamic Music: Volumes 1 & 2 with Richard Saucedo
Join world-renowned composer, arranger, teacher, judge, and clinician, Richard Saucedo, as he guides you through a system of teaching music fundamentals that has earned acclaim and success at both the state and national levels. The “Dynamic Music” Series will provide you with a clear and proven method for teaching the basics of posture, breathing, sound production, and ensemble listening skills. This system is built upon years of experience helping musical ensembles to achieve wonderful, rich, sonorous sounds and is not limited to the marching band genre. Topics include: Philosophy of Teaching, Breathing, Sound Production, Listening in the Ensemble, Basics of Phrasing, Articulation Studies, Rehearsal Skills, Balancing the Ensemble Outside, Hierarchy of Parts, and Ensemble Listening Skills.
Dynamic Music and Ensemble: In the Mix with Michael McIntosh
In the latest release of the acclaimed Dynamic Marching DVD series, join experienced composer, judge, and clinician, Michael McIntosh, as he takes band directors through the process of how to teach a complete percussion section and fit them into "The Mix" of the music ensemble. This far-reaching tool will cover topics such as try-outs, instrumentation, technique, voicing and arranging, tuning, marching and playing, choosing the right technology and amplification solutions, and philosophies of teaching. Battery and front ensemble percussion can make or break a great marching show. Don't let the percussion be an after-thought with your program this year. Learn from the best how to totally incorporate your percussion program into "The Mix" with this truly unique approach to the percussion arts for marching band.
Music For All Summer Symposium Marching Band Track
Where can you send your marching band section leaders to learn music ensemble fundamentals from the director of the current Grand National Champion marching band? Where can you send your marching band section leaders to learn marching fundamentals from the author and producer of the critically-acclaimed Dynamic Marching DVD series? Where can you send your marching band section leaders to learn section-specific fundamentals with individualized instruction from current teachers at literally the top band programs in the country, including Avon High School (IN), Carmel High School (IN), Center Grove High School (IN), Pomona High School (CO), Murietta Valley High School (CA), and McEachern High School (GA)? How can you guarantee that in one week your section leaders will learn the most current and educationally-sound fundamentals and bring back these concepts to YOUR program? The answer to all of these questions is Summer Symposium at Ball State University (Indiana). For the third year, Dynamic Marching will be providing the staff for the Music For All Summer Symposium Marching Band. Check it out
We are excited to be teaming up with www.banddirector.com to continue to provide band directors with more educational content through articles, videos, and webcasts in the coming months! Be sure to check back often at www.banddirector.com and learn more about Dynamic Marching at www.dynamicmarching.com