Found 5 blog entries tagged as Drums.

gregg bissonette drum clinic imageTed Brown Music is pleased to present Gregg Bissonette for a drum clinic event on June 21, 2017. The event will run from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., at 2600 N Columbia Center Boulevard, Ste 102, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Ted Brown Music's website.

Gregg Bissonette Drum Clinic: Educational Approach and Essential Insights About Playing Drums

Gregg Bissonette is a Grammy Award-winning Dixon drum artist. The Modern Drummer Reader's poll even named Gregg as the number one best studio drummer in 2015. His visit at the Ted Brown Music will be brimming with drum lessons with a focus on educational method and fundamental insights. Participants will learn how to play the instrument on a variety of musical styles. Gregg will also share stories…

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Music Together Demo ClassMusic Together Demo Class will be held on March 14, 2017, beginning at 4:30 p.m. until 5:05 p.m. The class will take place at Suzanne's Dance Studio, at 1393 George Washington Way, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Music Together Demo Class page on Facebook.

About 'Music Together Demo Class'
Music Together Tri-Cities is hosting the Music Together Demo Class to expose the little ones to great sounds. The class will be comprised of musical play and lots of learning designed for kids ages 0 to 5. Music Together Demo Class will also feature singing, dancing, and playing drums.

Kids must come with an adult companion. Attending the Music Together Demo Class can put an edge on a kid's music potential. Don't miss it!

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Drums Along the Columbia, A DCI Northwest Classic: A Day of Athletics and Spectacle of Drum and Bugle Corps | Pasco, WA Come and join the Drums Along the Columbia, A DCI Northwest Classic event, which is set on July 5, 2016 at Edgar Brown Stadium, N. 18th Ave. and Sylvester, Pasco, WA. The fun starts at 6:00 p.m. For more details, please visit the website of Drums Along the Columbia.

About the Drums Along the Columbia
Drums Along the Columbia only happens once a year. It's an exciting event which features a pageantry of drum corps activity. The Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco, WA where this event will be held, is expected to hold thousands of fans on the day of Drums Along the Columbia. Be a part of the audience and experience the thrill of Drum Corps International competition.

Admission Details
General admission tickets cost $15 when purchased in advance and $18 at the…

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Drums Along The Columbia Edgar Brown Stadium Pasco, WashingtonThis year Edgar Brown Stadium, 1611 W. Sylvester Street in Pasco, Washington will play host to the regional event of The Drums Along Columbia. This exciting activity will start at 7:00 in the evening on Monday, July 6.

Regarding the Competition
Drums Along The Columbia is a DCI Northwest Classic show that brings excitement, precision and pageantry of the drum corps activity to south eastern Washington State. The venue of the event is a stadium which can hold several thousand fans and gives each show attendee a great seat. Each summer, a number of local youth participate in the drum corps activity.

The competition will feature several of the world’s top drum and bugle corps in a fun, family-friendly environment, seven drum and bugle corps will…

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Drums Along the Columbia At Fran Rish Stadium In Richland WashingtonOn Sunday, July 6 everyone is invited at Fran Rish Stadium in Richland Washington as Marching Music's Major LeagueTM marches its way into the Tri-Cities starting 7:30 in the evening.

About The Event
Drums Along the Columbia is a Drum Corps International authorized event, brought to the Tri-Cities in part by the teamwork of the music booster clubs of Hanford High School, Richland High School, Kamiakin High School, and Southridge High School. The following are nonprofit booster clubs that worked together to bring q high quality educational and entertaining show to the students, music enthusiasts, and community members of the Tri-Cities.

For more information about Drums Along the Columbia, visit their website at

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