Marching band members are no strangers to hard work. They practice hours every week in preparation for their competition season, and the dedication of these athletes and musicians is truly admirable. As a way to showcase their talent and diligence, an annual Marching Expo is held at Keller ISD stadium.
The sun shines down upon a team putting in hours of arduous work on a hot Texas summer day. Exhausted and ready to feel the cool feeling of air conditioning on their burnt skin, the team fights through, preparing for a long, intense season. The slightest mistake could be the difference between glory or failure.
On Tuesday, April 30 at 7 p.m., the Timber Creek Band released the 2019 marching band show theme on TCTV’s Youtube channel. After many hours of mystery solving throughout the day, the band students were thrilled to see that next year’s show will be ‘Myths and Mysteries.’
The sixth annual Bands of Keller 5K will be held on Saturday, April 27 at the Keller Town Hall. This year, the event will consist of a Fun Run, commencing at 8 a.m., and a 5K that will start at 8:30 a.m. As participants run, the four Keller ISD high school bands will play music along the course.
On March 16, the drumline finished first place at the Winter Guard International or WGI Houston regional competition. Following their tenth place finish in WGI Championships in Dayton, Ohio last year, the group wanted to leave their mark on their last WGI competition of the season.
This spring break, the Trinity Springs Middle School Wind Ensemble will be traveling to Indianapolis, Indiana to perform in the Music For All National Festival.
This past weekend, the Indoor Drumline started their season off receiving first place with their show entitled “Club Duæl”. The group performed in Lewisville, TX at North Texas Colorguard Association or NTCA, competing against 2 other schools and finishing with a 75.15, a four point lead from second place.
This year, the indoor drumline is preparing for their show with much anticipated excitement. The show, entitled “Club Duæl”, is intended to have a speakeasy, jazz club feel. The show will have wind features on Saxophone and Trumpet, and include dancers to add to the theme.
This Saturday, January 26, the Timber Creek Drumline and Color Guards will be holding a showcase to premiere the work they have put into their spring contest shows.