Musicians learn technique at 2003 DCE/Dynasty Mega Clinic

2003 Mega Clinic
(Ede, Netherlands)

Musicians from Belgium, the Netherlands and France attended the second edition of the DCE/Dynasty Mega Clinic April 19 and 20 in Ede, Netherlands. Clinicians Rich Viano, Scott Boerma and Bob Thomas led the clinic sessions in Ede, supported by four European clinicians from the Percussion Projects organization.

The attending musicians were enthusiastic about what they learned during the weekend. Instead of studying on music pieces, the focus during the clinic sessions was on technique, which was highly appreciated by the participants. On Sunday, corps instructors were invited to attend an instructors clinic led by Thomas. At the end of the Mega Clinic all sections presented some exercises and music they had worked on, while the clinicians explained the purpose of the exercises that were played.

The DCE/Dynasty Mega Clinic was organized by Drum Corps Europe, in conjunction with Dynasty USA, Percussion Projects, Showband Irene and Muremo NV Belgium.

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