European drum corps clinic scheduled for April

2002 Mega Clinic

On April 19 and 20, Drum Corps Europe and Dynasty USA will organize the second DCE/Dynasty Mega Clinic in Ede, The Netherlands. Hundreds of musicians are expected to attend the clinic, which makes it the biggest drum corps clinic on the European continent. Clinicians Rich Viano from the Boston Crusaders and Scott Boerma from the Madison Scouts will lead the Mega Clinic. Several European clinicians from the Percussion Projects organization will be present as well.

The first edition of the Mega Clinic took place in 2002 and became an instant success, with more than 200 musicians and instructors from The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. This time a European Corps Preview on Saturday night will be part of the two-day clinic event. The DCE/Dynasty Mega Clinic is a joint venture of Drum Corps Europe, Dynasty USA, Muremo NV, Percussion Projects and Showband Irene.

For more information, visit www.drumcorps.org.uk.

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