In Mr. Hannum was recognized by the university, receiving the prestigious Distinguished Teaching Award. In the summer of , Mr. He will be entering his third year as a member of the Crown Percussion Team, having spent the past two years as the snare technician. Travis was born in Newark, Delaware.
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In Mr. Hannum was recognized by the university, receiving the prestigious Distinguished Teaching Award. In the summer of , Mr. He will be entering his third year as a member of the Crown Percussion Team, having spent the past two years as the snare technician. Travis was born in Newark, Delaware. He began playing the drums in 5th grade, performing with school concert and jazz bands. From Travis was named to the Delaware All-State Junior and Senior bands, while also being invited to perform with the orchestra in and After high school he became interested in the marching arts, performing in the snarelines of Rhythm X, the Blue Stars, United Percussion, and the Reading Buccaneers.
He began his drum corps teaching career with the Cadets2 as the snare technician and battery choreographer, remaining with the corps for three years. Outside of the percussion world, Travis holds an A. He is enrolled in a School Counseling graduate program at WilmU, and currently works as a paraprofessional in Delaware. Jim Ancona is excited to begin his second year on the design and leadership team for Carolina Crown.
He also served as the percussion caption head for The Cavaliers , and as the front ensemble instructor for Santa Clara Vanguard Jim also worked as as a percussion consultant with Carolina Crown in Jim is very excited to get the opportunity to again work with Crown Percussion leaders Thom Hannum and Travis Peterman. He is a Signature Artist for Remo, Inc. He is an endorser and clinician for Pearl Drums and Adams Percussion. Being exposed to such a strong and healthy percussion community in CO, he cultivated a deep passion for percussion and visual arts by pursuing a busy teaching career as soon as his time as performer in the activity was concluded.
Sean served in this role along with show coordinator for the seasons of , , , , and In , following his age out season of drum corps with the Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps, Sean was invited to teach the bass drum section of the Cadets for the season. Sean would remain the bass tech with the Cadets through the summer of In , Sean joined the battery staff at Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps, serving as the bass tech for 2 seasons.
In , Sean joined the percussion staff at Carolina Crown, a position he has held since. In total, Sean has 13 consecutive seasons of experience teaching DCI percussion. He is an active visual judge in the indoor drum line activity and spends his free time traveling, riding his bike, and snowboarding. Hailing from Connecticut, Dan has been involved in the marching arts since fourteen years old.
During his time with the Cavaliers, the percussion section traveled to Japan to perform in the Okayama City Marching Baton-Twirling Festival and present clinics across the country. Dan teaches and designs for competitive ensembles all over the country, specializing in battery percussion, movement, and choreography.
Andrew began his endeavors in percussion on drumset when he was in middle school. His junior year of high school his neighbor convinced him to join band and he began playing quads in From their inaugural season in until , Andrew worked for Cadets 2 managing the percussion section, arranging battery features, and teaching the tenors.
While there, Andrew participated in design nuances, choreography, and writing exposed musical segments for the quadline. He joined the Carolina Crown percussion staff in and maintains his position. Outside of drum corp, Andrew attended Rutgers University where he completed his Bachelor's Degree, double majoring in Music Education, and Performance. He continued to work at Rutgers after graduation as a composer and accompanist for the Dance Studio.
In this position he performed live for African and Modern dance classes, collaborated sound for large scale repertoire projects, and produced music. Frank was born and raised in southern New Jersey, just thirty miles outside of Philadelphia. It was in the fourth grade when he discovered his love for drumming. In , Frank was introduced to the marching arts, joining the Penns Grove High School marching band.
Frank began marching drum corps in with the Reading Buccaneers, winning two DCA titles in and He continued marching Crown through , eventually aging out with the Bluecoats in Along with his passion for drum corps, Frank has extensive WGI experience, marching with United Percussion in and Rhythm X in , and , aging out as the ensemble section leader.
After moving to Ohio, Frank has had the privilege of working with many great programs in the Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati areas. He is currently the battery caption head for the BOA finalist William Mason High School marching band and serves as a battery technician for the Lebanon band program. In , Frank joined Rhythm X as a snare technician, where he continues to teach. Frank was the snare technician for the Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps in and Frank looks forward to continuing his educational role as a snare technician with Carolina Crown.
Zach Opdenaker is a former performing member of Carolina Crown, having marched snare in both and , most recently aging out as the battery section leader. Zach is excited to work with such an accomplished team and is ecstatic to continue to be able to be involved in the Crown organization. Alex began his pageantry arts experience in when he joined Carolina Crown, completing five seasons and aging out in Upon aging out, he taught the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps for two years, coordinating the ensemble in He completed his undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he studied percussion with Dr.
Kristopher Keeton. He has also studied with John R. Beck and Peter Zlotnick. Annie is ecstatic to begin her second season as a member of the percussion staff at Carolina Crown! Annie was a member of the Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps in as a synthesizer player, as a vibraphone player, and as the section leader and center marimba.
She was also the xylophone player for the Cadets Winter Percussion in their inaugural season. Annie was also honored as the Cadet of the Year in Annie also taught the Cadets2 front ensemble during their successful season. Marcus is pleased to return for his third year as a member of the Carolina Crown Front Ensemble instructional staff. Marcus is an active performer and educator in the Kansas City area.
Marcus has a B. Marcus was a member of the Phantom Regiment Front Ensemble in and , performing as the section leader in In addition to his experience with Crown, Marcus served on the percussion staff for the Sacramento Mandarins , , and has been recently named the Front Ensemble Coordinator for Gateway Indoor.
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Home About. Back Latest News Behind the Crown. Crown Percussion Design and Instructional Team. Andrew Rubano - Quad Technician Andrew began his endeavors in percussion on drumset when he was in middle school.
Zach Opdenaker - Battery Technician Zach Opdenaker is a former performing member of Carolina Crown, having marched snare in both and , most recently aging out as the battery section leader.
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