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The Artistry of a Design Team

Meet the 2024 Seattle Cascades Design Team.


In the world of drum corps, each season brings forth a new wave of creativity, precision, and innovation. As anticipation builds for the 2024 season, fans of the Seattle Cascades eagerly await the announcement of the design team responsible for shaping the visual and musical landscape of the corps. Today, we delve into the exciting realm of the Seattle Cascades as they unveil the talented minds behind their 2024 production.


At the heart of every successful drum corps is a team of dedicated and visionary designers who work tirelessly to create a show that captivates audiences and leaves a lasting impression. The 2024 Seattle Cascades design team promises to be a powerhouse of creative talent, bringing together individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences.


Leading the design team is Nick Benson, Artistic Director, a seasoned professional known for pushing the boundaries of visual storytelling within the marching arts. Their innovative approach to music, choreography and staging is sure to elevate the Seattle Cascades' performance to new heights.


Assisting in the visual design realm are Kurt Jull, Brian Ward and Megan Sellman, whose expertise in movement, form and the visual arts complements the overall visual narrative of the show.


Responsible for the musical tapestry of the 2024 production are Tim Mitchell, Jeff Chambers and Eric Yahrmarkt, highly regarded figures in the world of marching music. Their ability to blend traditional musical elements with modern twists ensures a dynamic and memorable musical experience for both performers and audiences.


The unveiling of the 2024 Seattle Cascades design team marks the beginning of a journey filled with artistic expression, dedication, and the pursuit of excellence. As the drum corps community eagerly anticipates the first notes and movements of the upcoming season, one thing is certain – the 2024 Seattle Cascades are poised to deliver a show that will be remembered for years to come.


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