Road to Victory
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- Mixed Ensemble
Positivity and resilience are integral attributes that enable one to make it through difficult times, challenges, and obstacles in life. Flexibility and adaptation help allow for those difficult routes to be navigated without sustaining damage that is detrimental to the structure and integrity of the vessel carrying the precious cargo. In order to make it to our final destination we have to fight together, cheer one another on, and most importantly believe. If so, we become champions together.
Directors: Chad Joiner, Cara Friesen
Flute: Maia Alisch, Emily Esau, Rachel Heppner, David Henderson, Jessie Torio
Clarinet: Bryn Alisch, Lola Avila, Abby Hildebrandt, Amane Ishida, Taylor Krahn, Carter McGladdery
Saxophones: Tejan Dhinsa, Chloe Froese, Matthew Greenhalgh, Andre Koop, Keoni Redekop, Marko Zolotarov
Trumpet: Wendy Lin, Noelle Meredith, Elliot Rebele, Peter Redekop, Jessica Reimer, Ella Tecklenborg
Mellophone: Lucas Bosma, Allie Janzen, Layni Janzen
Trombone: Nathan Brown, Nathaniel Chung, Terrell Loeppke, Caleb Lindahl, Angus McIntosh, Elijah Nickel, Chelsea Rogers
Baritone Horn: Cameron McIntosh
Sousaphone: Josh Carsience, Hannah Wood
Drumline: Rachel Born, Ethan Davies, Thomas Frew, Danny Froese, Kurt Janzen, Leif Joiner, Jonathan Ko, Jada Manuel, Julia Miller, Maddox Sawatzky, Kaden Shellenberg, Carter Siebert, Matthew Wolfs
Seven Nations Army: arr. Dallas Burke
Believer: arr. Tom Wallace
Cheerleader: arr. Jay Dawson
We are the Champions: arr. Tim Waters
The ‘Screaming’ Eagles Marching Band, is comprised of 50 members from grades 9-12 and specializes in providing high energy entertainment for special events and athletic venues throughout the lower mainland. Notable appearances include the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games, multiple CFL Grey Cups and CFL West Finals, the BC Lions, the Harlem Globetrotters, and the 90th birthday performance for ‘Canada’s King of Swing’ Dal Richards. The band is also the official marching band of the Whitecaps FC and BC Lions. The band is under the direction of Chad Joiner and Cara Friesen.
The Screaming Eagles Marching Band is thrilled to be participating in the virtual edition of The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Day of Music. The Screaming Eagles are geared to entertain and endeavour to do so today by demonstrating a diversity of repertoire through instrument and movement.