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Color Guard

Color Guard

The Silver Regiment Color Guard is the non-musical section that provides the strongest visual support to the marching band’s performance. The color guard interprets the music that the marching band is playing via the synchronized spinning of flags, sabres, rifles, other pieces of equipment, and through contemporary dance.

Components of the Silver Regiment color guard include movement, visual effect, fluidity of choreography with the music, coordination of all members, marching the drill, and the use of equipment (e.g. flags, rifles, and sabres).

After marching season is over, the color guard begins an indoor, competitive season as the Silver Regiment Winterguard. The winterguard competes in the FFCC and WGI Circuits.

More information about The Silver Regiment Color Guard can be found in the Color Guard Contract.

Silver Regiment Color Guard Practice Schedule

  • Mondays from 5:30pm-8:30pm (with the band)
  • Tuesdays from 3:30pm-6:30pm (sectionals)
  • Wednesdays from 2:30pm-5:30pm (with the band) 

Winter Guard

Winterguard brings music to life through performance in a competitive format. Unlike color guard, which performs outdoors on a football field (and is part of the marching band), winter guard is performed indoors, in a gym or indoor arena, during the winter season.

Winterguard is a combination of the use of flags, sabers, mock rifles, and other equipment, as well as dance and other interpretive movement. It is an exciting world of performance and entertainment; a place where pageantry involves an array of equipment, movement, and skill.

The winterguard competes in the FFCC and WGI Circuits.

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