PreSonus products had a great showing with many top ensembles at the 2019 WGI Percussion World Championships in Dayton, OH on April 10-13th, with 8 of 15 Percussion Independent World finalist ensembles choosing PreSonus!
Congrats to the following Finalist ensemble who use PreSonus!
Independent World: Music City Mystique (Bronze Medal), RCC (5th), Matrix (6th), Monarch Independent (7th), George Mason University (10th), Dark Sky Percussion (11th), Cap City Percussion (13th), and Atlanta Quest (15th)
Scholastic World: Burleson Centennial HS (6th), Franklin Central HS (9th), and Petal HS (10th)
Independent Open: Matrix Open (Silver Medal), and Ancient City Ensemble (11th)
Scholastic Open: Victor J. Andrew HS (11th), and Trumbull HS (15th)
Independent A: Nomad Indoor (8th), and G2 (9th)
Congrats on a fantastic season to: Veritas (PIW), Redline (PIW), Genesis (PIW), Breakthrough (PIW), Elite Independent (PIO), Tri-City Percussion (PIO), and Revelation (PIO).
What is WGI & Indoor Percussion?
WGI Sport of the Arts is the world’s premier organization producing indoor color guard, percussion, and winds competitions. As a non-profit youth organization, WGI also serves as the governing body for the indoor color guard, percussion, and winds activities. It is called the Sport of the Arts because it brings music to life through performance in a competitive format. Even with over 40 years of history, the sport continues to evolve and grow. An indoor percussion ensemble or indoor drumline consists of the marching percussion (also called battery) and front ensemble (also called pit) sections of a marching band or drum corps. Indoor percussion marries elements of music performance, marching, and theater; thus, the activity is often referred to as percussion theater. Although most indoor percussion ensembles are affiliated with high schools, there are also many independent groups that draw participants from a large area.