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The K-State Drumline

The K-State Drumline provides the rhythm section for the Kansas State University, Pride of Wildcatland, Marching Band. The Marching band is under the direction of Dr. Frank Tracz.

The Drumline is comprised of approximately 39 students with majors ranging from engineering to communications to physics to music.

Brett Butler is currently serving as Percussion Arranger/Instructor with the Kansas State Marching Band.

2020 K-State Drumline Roster

New 2020 K-State Drumline Handbooks
SnaresTenors
BassesCymbals

Drumline Music
The Mut
Snare
Tenor
BassCymbals 
Wildcat Victory
Snare
Tenor
BassCymbals
Wabash Cannonball
Wabash Cannonball
 

 

Chop Chapel

What is Chop Chapel?

            Chop Chapel occurs during the spring semester and is a small drum session with members of the KSUMBDL to prepare for upcoming auditions. It is a very relaxed environment where vets are getting back into the swing of drumming. Anyone planning to audition can come to prepare the music with vets on the line. If you have any questions, please email Nathan Leininger at leininat@ksu.edu.

Dates

  • TBA - Spring 2021 Season

  

Future Dates

Here are some future dates to have on your radar for the KSU Drumline.

 

 
 

Drumline Instructor/Arranger: 

Brett Butler
btbutler@ksu.edu

 Section Leaders:

Snare: 
Gage Wright - SL
Trevor Herrington - ASL

Tenors:
Nathan Leininger - SL
Derek Leamer - ASL

Bass:
Nell Wesemann - SL
Ethan Jeffries - ASL

Cymbals:
Patrick Flett - SL
Stephen Mitchell - ASL

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