Frontier Drum and Bugle Corps - History

History

Frontier was formed in the fall of 2004 by executive director Chris Green.

In the arts world, Frontier has enjoyed a close relationship with the world famous Turtle Creek Chorale men’s chorus, performing in several concerts and television broadcasts. With the Chorale, corps members participated in recording sessions for the nationally-distributed compact disk "Songs of Our Nation", an award-winning documentary entitled ”Power of Harmony”, as well as the 2006 Christmas concert.

Frontier has also performed in exhibition at the annual Texas Drum Corps Preview, the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival in Denton, Texas, at a roller derby game of Assassination City, and at home games of the Dallas Diamonds women’s professional football team.

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