Our members have the opportunity to receive outstanding instruction from a distinguished staff. Lessons such as discipline, perseverance and collaboration will assist these youth throughout their adolescence and into adulthood. They will learn more about themselves through performance while getting the opportunity to grow as people.
Our programs will permanently enrich the lives of young people through our commitment to youth development and performance excellence. Members will gain confidence, a strong work ethic, and a sense of what is required to be successful on and off the floor
We will be finalizing the indoor cast TBD. We will be casting for the following ensembles:
- Marching Battery
- maximum of 9 snares
- maximum of 5 tenors
- maximum of 6 basses
- maximum of 6 cymbals
- Front Ensemble
- maximum of 9 mallets (4 marimbas, 4 vibes, xylo)
- maximum of 3 synths
- bass guitar
Our goal is to have as many people involved as possible. If you show up ready to work hard and with a good attitude, we have a spot for you!
Designers & Educational Staff
Program Coordination & Designer
Aaron Hines (he, him) (ASCAP) is originally from the Sacramento area where his dedication to the percussive arts began. For over 25 years Aaron has taught, arranged, and designed for numerous schools, ranging from the middle school to collegiate level while keeping an active clinician and adjudication schedule.
Front Ensemble Technician
Andrea Wyatt went to Spanish Springs High School in Sparks, Nevada and joined their fall and winter percussion groups as a mallet player. Soon after she joined eNVision in 2013 and performed all the way through 2019. While with eNVision she has gone to the WGI competitions and competed as independent A and independent open ensembles going to finals and making it to the top 10 groups in the world.