There are simple steps to take in order to help alleviate some of the symptoms of performance anxiety and to play your best.
Certain aspects of your daily routine can affect your memory, which can in turn impact how well you perform in marching band.
Being in the marching band is a feat in physical strength and endurance.
A solid warm up should be an unquestioned part of a percussion ensemble rehearsal routine.
Dirty, poorly maintained instruments can affect pitch, volume and quality of sound, so these are a few tips that can help you stay on top of instrument maintenance.
If you're worried about gearing your marching band up for competition, here are two professionally recommended ways you can start cleaning your drill design.
Calluses are one of the tougher side effects of marching band, but these tips can help alleviate them and prevent new ones from forming.
Here are four ways you can refine your percussion section rehearsals for better drill show performances.
These are some tips to help reduce the amount of damage sustained by your ears while directing a marching band.