Guard work video available for download from HERE
JUST ADDED !!
Robin Kinoshita has offered to coordinate/conduct a colorguard get together, sometime before the parade day rehearsal, for any Bay Area guard members who would like to get an early start on the work. Contact Robin at email@example.com to coordinate date and location.
The Renegades Return to Treasure Island for Pre-parade Rehearsal.
The Renegades will once again fill the sea air with the sounds of drum corps at World Famous Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay (the most beautiful rehearsal site on the planet).
Mandatory rehearsal from 10am to 2pm will take place at the parking lot between building 180 and the hanger, March 7th 2015. See map
Technical Difficulties Require the Temporary Removal this Video.
File will return Feb 16, 2015
Signing up could not be easier – visit the Web registration site at www.renegades.org/chinesenewyear/ for sheet music, parade sign-up, rehearsal and uniform information.
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The Renegades will usher in the “Year of the Ram” with:
Don’t Stop Believin’
Music by Journey
Horns by Joey Pero, Neil Bliss
Drums by Josh Byan
Download your parts, HERE!
For more information re: Performing at the 2015 San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade.
This week, we said goodbye to a beloved friend and member of the Renegades family, Mike McCool. Mike was a member of the design team for many years, working to craft the unique shows that defined the Renegades. Irreverent and hilarious, Mike could always be counted on for spot-on show ideas and just the right smart remark to break the tension of the creative process. Farewell, Mick. We’ll never forget you.
The SF Renegades are in search of a qualified person to continue the traditions of high talent and exciting performance levels. We are searching for a Field Corps Director who is motivated in returning the Renegades competitive drum and bugle corps back to DCA finals in the future.
The Renegades is a non-profit performing arts organization that operates primarily during the summer. It provides developmental opportunities for youth and adults including participation in competitive drum and bugle corps. The role of the Director is to manage the day-to-day operations of the drum corps. This highly organized and self-motivated person must be an effective communicator and listener, and they will work between the Board of Directors and the corps staff, volunteers, and members to ensure that the organization is operating in accordance with organizational philosophies as a world-class organization by maximizing effective use of time and resources..
• Oversee and direct the day-to-day operations of the drum corps.
• Work with office staff to organize and implement policies and procedures.
• Work with office staff to effectively communicate to the organization as needed.
• Take a leadership role in recruiting and maintaining the membership of the group.
• Act as the Primary public relations contact with all constituencies. This includes public address responsibilities, fundraising, and creating opportunities for promotion of the corps. The Director is the Primary spokesperson with media while on tour.
• Work with Staff Coordinator to organize and implement schedules and facilities usage for rehearsals.
• Oversee Fundraising opportunities and events. Assist with recruiting volunteers for fundraising activities.
• Responsible for routing and directions to housing sites, and performance venues, in and out of town, in coordination with lead drivers. Responsible for accurate travel time estimates to and from housing and show sites. Ensures lead driver has planned highway routing to next destination, including well-planned and efficient rest stops.
• Coordinate with the transportation manager to ensure correct staffing and coordination of schedules in advance of tour in lining up drivers. While on tour, assist with managing time and schedules for efficiency and safety.
• Work with Transportation Manager to maintain all vehicles while on the road.
• Work with staff coordinator to coordinate facilities, policies, procedures, etc.
• Contribute to organizational press releases, newsletters, and other publications.
• Attend all staff, show sponsor, and DCI/DCA management meetings on the road, or ensure that there is appropriate representation of the corps at these meetings.
• Manage corps expenditures while on the road. Ensure accurate accounting of expenditures and mileage reports for vehicles.
• Two years experience in other management positions, education, or related fields
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Driver’s license clear of any major infractions
• Strong organizational and planning skills
• Computer fluency, including experience with database, spreadsheets and word documents
• Self-motivated and able to handle multiple projects with little or no supervision
• Performing arts experience, preferably with a World Class / Class A group
• A personality that can maintain for calm in a storm
• A bachelor’s degree
• Two years experience with a drum corps, marching band, or winter program staff, ideally in management
• Experience working with and coordinating a large staff of volunteer and paid members
• Demonstrates high integrity in financial and managerial matters
The ideal candidate must be available to travel on the road with the drum corps and attend all camps, contests and events of the season. Attendance at most camps is necessary to ensure a coordinated effort with the rest of the corps and to be visible to the corps members.
To apply, please respond with a cover letter expressing the candidate’s interest in and qualifications for the position;, a detailed resume;, and three references (two professional and one personal) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The review process will begin immediately, and the deadline date for submitting applications is Dec 31, 2014.
Thank you for your interest in the SF Renegades.
Board of Directors
San Francisco Renegades