Open Class and Beyond

Arsenal’s journey began two years ago, with a 36-page business plan that turned into a 33-member SoundSport Team. Now, it continues with an application that will hopefully turn into membership in Drum Corps International’s Open Class. A Lateral Move SoundSport was incredibly beneficial to our program; it enabled us to gain a foothold in an […]

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Aces Tattoo is Arsenal's Newest Community Partner

Aces Tattoo and the New Vision for Community Partners

Today, we are pleased to announce a community partnership with Aces Tattoo! While a partnership with a tattoo parlor may seem unusual for a music education organization, this partnership represents the first step in our new vision for community partners. Currently, Arsenal has two categories of partners: Strategic Partners and Community Partners. Strategic Partners are […]

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2019 Brass Caption Head Announcement

Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps is pleased to announce Tyler Clark as our 2019 Brass Caption Head! Mr. Clark is a music educator, performer, clinician, and arranger from Austin, TX. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Texas State University, majoring in music performance. As an undergraduate, he worked as both a music and visual technician/consultant […]

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Announcing our 2019 Design Team

This team has been assembled to reflect Arsenal Performing Arts’ everlasting pursuit of greater heights, both in terms of membership experience and program quality.

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This Saturday, Arsenal returned to San Antonio to compete in the Southwestern Championship, and we had a blast performing three times; our show, the SoundSport anthem, and then a DrumLine Battle to wrap up the day. We defended our Best of Show Title, and received a performance ranking of Silver. We lost the DrumLine Battle, […]

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Arsenal Presents: Skyward

Our 2018 show tells a story- the story of using the tools you have to go beyond where you are now. On the field, you’ll see this theme played out by the corps as they work to build a flying machine to carry them to new heights. Off the field, you’ll see this theme describe […]

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February Recap

February Camp The 2018 Arsenal brass and percussion assembled February 23rd through February 25th at West Mesa High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Over the three days the brass section worked on clarity of sound and a small excerpt of the third movement. The front ensemble began preparing the first movement in earnest, and tested […]

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January Camp Recap

The 2018 Arsenal brass and percussion assembled January 19th through January 21st at Volcano Vista High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Over the three days the brass section worked on the first two movements of our 2018 production, while the battery focused on unification of technique and approach. The front ensemble experimented with an early […]

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Arsenal Welcomes New Battery Staff for 2018

Arsenal Performing Arts is pleased to welcome an entirely new battery staff for the 2018 season. Regarding the change, corps director J. Spenser Lotz said “We’re very excited to welcome a number of new staff members to the team this season, but we’re especially excited about the new battery staff that will be joining us. […]

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Announcing our 2018 Design Staff

Arsenal Performing Arts is incredibly excited to announce our 2018 Design Team. Bill Spencer-Pierce – Brass Arranger Best known as arranger and consultant to marching band programs, Spencer-Pierce has served some seventy school districts, having written hundreds of band arrangements for groups of all ability levels and sizes. His writing is informed by thirty years […]

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