Lehigh Valley Knights announce new visual caption head, instructor

Lehigh Valley Knights (Allentown, PA)
Photo by Dan Scafidi



The Lehigh Valley Knights have announced the addition of John J. Miliauskas III as visual caption head and Brad Donoris as visual instructor for the Lehigh Valley Knights in 2003.

Miliauskas has been around music education all of his life. He attended Lake-Lehman High School in Pennsylvania where his father was band director for 36 years. After graduating high school, Miliauskas played mellophone in the Penn State Blue Band in 1981 and 1982 and in the Garfield Cadets in 1982 and 1983. He continued his marching experiences at West Chester University as drum major for three years. He also was drum major for the Reading Buccaneers in 1986.

Following his marching experiences, Miliauskas moved on to gain many accomplishments as a drill designer…

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