(ROSEMONT, Ill.) - Do you want to go on the road with The Cavaliers this summer? We are currently looking to add two people to the corps to help us run the metronome!

Applicants must be between 17 to 21 years old, have a music performance/education background, hardworking, physically fit and mentally prepared to handle the stresses of assisting in driving a drum corps rehearsal.

Now commonly utilized throughout DCI, a metronome technician is crucial in the process of lining up the music ensemble. They essentially march a show of their own during ensembles and section rehearsals to help develop the pulse of the drum corps. It is a crucial role in making all of the musical layers and elements come together as one.

This is a volunteer, tuition-free member position.

We are looking to fill this position immediately, so availability is crucial to qualifying.

Email kevin.leboeuf@cavaliers.org for more details.


Cavaliers Logo (New)-01.png

The Cavaliers were founded in 1948 from Boy Scout Troop 111 by the late Don Warren. One of the most successful drum and bugle corps in history, The Cavaliers have won 20 national championships, including seven Drum Corps International world championships, since 1992.

The Cavaliers provide a variety of life-changing educational and performance programs for young people that go beyond music and performing arts to build personal accountability, excellence, teamwork and camaraderie. Programs include GearWORKS, Cavaliers Indoor Percussion, Chromium Winds, Crystal Lake Thunder and Midwest Connection.

A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps is sponsored by The Village of Rosemont, Ill.