Repertoire

2010 – Renegade Planet: A Space Opera

Thus Spoke Zarathustra(Richard Strauss)
Mars(Gustav Holst)
Predator(Alan Silvestri)
Interstellar Traffic Jam — (Hoyt Curtin)
Jupiter(Gustav Holst)

2009 – Dia De Los Muertos

The 2009 season saw the Renegades’ return to the top 6 at the DCA championships, as well as the highest placement ever for the percussion section. Wearing brand new uniforms, the corps showed a polished and professional look as they took to the field.

Funeral for a Friend(Elton John)
Faces(Earth, Wind and Fire)
Death March — (Traditional)
Heat of the Day(Pat Metheny)
One More Time Chuck Corea(The Singers Unlimited)

2008 – Dark City

2008 marked the corps seventh year the corps traveled to perform at DCA. The year started off very energetically, with the return of Dave Watrous, and evil “circle drill.” With the corps almost full in February, they began drill, and the corps performed their entire show at the first performance of the year. From there, the show kept improving until their stellar performances at DCA.

Prologue to Evil — (Key Poulan)
Space Shuttle(Buddy Rich)
At Midnight, Everything Changes — (Key Poulan)
Dust in the Wind(Kansas)
Predatoria(Alan Silvestri)

2007 – My Immortal: From Dusk Til Dawn

“Our Year”, was the most theatric and dramatic drum corps show this corps has ever realized. The field was covered in zombies, ghouls, vampires, monsters, photographic banners of crypts, levitating coffins, and a hauntingly exciting book. This show turned heads at DCA, and the members of this corps had an experience they will never forget. The magic was amazing.

Dusk – The Awakening — (Key Poulan)
The Jazz Police(Gordon Goodwin)
My Immortal(Evanescence)
Stone Ground Seven(The Singers Unlimited)
Dawn — (Nalls/Rudnicki)

2006 – Stairway to Heaven

This year turned out to be a banner year, after a year of hardship for all of the sections. The corps felt a lot of growing pains but grew closer together through the rough times to perform well at DCA.

Adventures in Time(Stan Kenton)
Stairway to Heaven(Led Zeppelin)
Toccata(Alberto Ginastera)
Reprise — (Key Poulan)

2005 – The Days of Future Past: The Beginning

The Renegades raised the bar yet again. An emotional hornline, powerful drumline and ultra-clean guard saw the Renegades roaring into 5th place at DCA Championships, and establishing the corps as an unequalled crowd favorite.

Ave Maria(Franz Biebl)
The Ascension — (Ed Teleky)
Halloween(John Carpenter)
Open Up Wide(Bill Chase)
Nights in White Satin(Moody Blues)
La Villa Strangiato(Rush)

2004 – Goodbye Blue Skies: The Triumph of Evil

The members of 2004 demonstrated the highest level of talent of any previous corps. This, coupled with the most visually and musically innovative show to date, led to a year of amazing moments that surpassed all expectation. While the season’s 6th placing at DCA Championships was a disappointment, the year set new standards in entertainment.

Prelude from Carmen(Bernstein)
The Matrix(Various)
Appalachian Morning(Williams)
Channel One Suite – Mvt 1(Buddy Rich)
Goodbye Blue Skies(Pink Floyd)
Channel One Suite – Mvt 3(Buddy Rich)
Navaras(Various)

2003 – Red Skies At Night: Midnight In The Stadium Of Good And Evil

The corps saw an increased dedication to competitiveness pushed by the membership who saw exactly what DCA was all about the year before. This corps worked hard all season, and under a world class instructional staff, the corps placed fourth in prelims.

Toccata and Fugue In D Minor(Bach)
Halloween(John Carpenter)
Russian Christmas Music(Alfred Reed)
Spybreak, from the film “The Matrix”(Propellerheads)
Niner Two(Don Ellis)
The Matrix Reloaded(Various)

2002 – The Loudest Show On Earth

The Renegades become the first California Senior Corps to compete at DCA Championships, becoming both Finalist and Member in their first year.

America the Beautiful(Ray Charles)
Mambo from West Side Story(Bernstein)
Undiscovered Lionel Richie(Lionel Richie)
Bohemian Rhapsody(Queen)
Spanish Dreams(Doc Severinsen)

2001 – Seven

The Renegades fulfilled their goal of a full complement of drums, horns, and guard members, and performing on two tours: the first to the Pacific Northwest, and second down to the Los Angeles area. Both tours and the local Northern California shows were a rousing success. In September, the Renegades Minicorps won the DCA Championship in their first appearance. The Renegades have also founded a new, non-drum corps, musical group: Renegades Taiko!

Seven — (An Original Renegade Composition)
Mambo from West Side Story(Bernstein)
Grovers — Seven Corners(Copland)
One More Time Chuck Corea(The Singers Unlimited)

2000 – A Renegades’ Suite: A Tribute to those Corps “Kicked-Out” of DCI

Concerto de Aranjuez(Rodrigo)
Pictures of Spain — (Larry Kershner)
Journey to the Center of the Earth(Rick Wakeman)
Land of Make Believe(Chuck Mangione)
Wayne Downey Ending #37 — (Original Composition by Chris Nalls)
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