Arsenal Drum & Bugle Corps
Member Rosters

2017

In the summer, Arsenal Performing Arts fielded its flagship organization, Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps with 33 members.  The first season would only field a brass line and battery section in percussion.   Spring Training was done for 2 solid weeks with a send-off show in Albuquerque and another performance in Las Cruces, New Mexico before ending the season in San Antonio, TX at the Drum Corps International Southwestern Championships where the corps earned "Best-In-Show" honors in the SoundSport Category with the "Volver" theme

Anthony  Abeyta - 2017

Alex Aguilar - 2017, 2018

Esteban Anderson - 2017, 2018

Sylvan Austin - 2017

Alberto "Bert" Barajas  2017, 2019

Jesus Bolivar - 2017, 2018

Sydney Chapman - 2017, 2018

Ethan Darnell - 2017

Brianna Gilligan - 2017, 2018

Julian Gonzales - 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020*

Jenna Hensley - 2017, 2018

Armando Hernandez - 2017, 2018

Isaac Holliday - 2017

Jessica Lannon - 2017, 2018

Christopher Martinez - 2017

Brian McDermott - 2017, 2018

Matthew Melton - 2017,2018

Ryan Merrill  - 2017

Izaac Moreno  - 2017

Kai Natseway -  2017

Trevor Neuber - 2017

Beth Nielsen  - 2017

Ryan Paquin  - 2017, 2018

Peter Parra - 2017, 2018, 2019*

Sol Roybal  -2017, 2018

Sean Skinner  -2017, 2018

Nicholas Tabullo - 2017, 2018

Angel Teran - 2017

Casey Tessier - 2017

Nathan Urioste - 2017           

Monique Vaquera - 2017, 2018

Michael Wahl - 2017, 2018

Antonio Zarrabal - 2017, 2018

2018

Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps extended the season to 33 days now growing to 49 members also adding a color guard and front ensemble.  The all-day and move-ins were held in Albuquerque, NM.  The season included performances in; Mesa, AZ, Albuquerque, NM, Portales, NM, Denton, TX, San Antonio, TX and Lakewood, CO.  The corps won "Best-In-Show" as well as the Gold Medal at the Drum Corps International Southwestern Championships in San Antonio in the SoundSport Category with the "Skyward" theme.

Alex Aguilar - 2017, 2018

Jacob Aguirre - 2018

Esteban Anderson - 2017, 2018

Matthew Babcock - 2018

Alicia Beltran - 2018

Jesus Bolivar - 2017, 2018

Anthony Bray - 2018

Soren  Cacek - 2018, 2019

Sydney Chapman - 2017, 2018

Kessy Dalton  - 2018

Armando Delgado - 2018

Marianne Esquivel - 2018

Matthew Estrada - 2018

Annabelle Fitts - 2018

Brianna Gilligan - 2017, 2018

Jarrett Gladstone - 2018, 2019, 2020*

Julian Gonzales - 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020*

Savanah Gonzales  - 2018

Xander Gosney - 2018

Emma Griego - 2018, 2019, 2020*, 2022

Jonathan Guzman - 2018

Jenna Hensley - 2017, 2018

Armando Hernandez - 2018

Tyler Kenney - 2018

Jessica  Lannon - 2017, 2018

Christian Lopez - 2018

Alani Martinez - 2018, 2019, 2020*, 2022

Brian McDermott - 2017, 2018

Maxwell McGrael - 2018

Sean McNally - 2018

Joseph McSoud - 2018

Matthew Melton - 2017, 2018

Herman Montoya III - 2018

Fermin Nieto - 2018

Thomas Oaxaca - 2018

Ryan Paquin - 2017, 2018

Peter Parra - 2017, 2018, 2019

Sol Roybal - 2017, 2018

Nadia Russell - 2018, 2019, 2020*

Emilia Salazar - 2018, 2019, 2020*

Isaac Samora - 2018

JoElla Sanchez - 2018

Balam Sarellano - 2018

Sean Skinner - 2017, 2018

Nicholas Tabullo - 2017, 2018

Monique Urioste - 2018

Monique Vaquera- 2017, 2018

Michael Wahl - 2017, 2018

Antonio Zarrabal - 2017, 2018

2019

Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps fielded 45 members.  The corps went through a little transition by housing together on-site for move-ins in El Paso, TX.  Servicing the Albuquerque-El Paso Rio Grande Corridor, the corps would call "Duke-Sun City" its home.  The corps had performances in Mesa, AZ, El Paso, TX, Austin, TX and San Antonio, TX.  With the addition of the "Bomsquad Bistro" which is the call sign for anywhere Arsenal's meals are prepped and served, the corps shared every meal that was prepared by the volunteers during the season.  Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps earned the Silver Medal at the Drum Corps International Southwestern Championships in San Antonio in the SoundSport Category with the "Fourth Ring-Music From Scenes of a Psychotic Circus" theme.

Dalton Alsbrooks - 2019, 2020

Juan Armendariz - 2019

Albert "Bert" Barajas - 2017, 2019

Daniel Bernal - 2019, 2022

Johnavon Brown - 2019, 2022

Soren Cacek - 2018, 2019

Nicholas Cardona - 2019

Sebastian Cebellos - 2019

Giancarlo Coello - 2019, 2020*

James Diaz -2019

Hailey Dorman - 2019, 2020*

Jesus "Chuy" Gaucin - 2019

Jarrett Gladstone - 2018, 2019, 2020*

Julian Gonzales - 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020*

Emma Griego - 2018, 2019, 2020*, 2022

Evangeline Guerra - 2019, 2020

Travis Hepworth - 2019, 2020

Jesus "Ish" Herrera - 2019

Christian Howard - 2019

Connor Hughes - 2019, 2020*

Gabriel Jara - 2019, 2020*

Gerardo "Gerry" Lara - 2019

Alani Martinez - 2018, 2019, 2020*, 2022

Paola Martinez - 2019

Isbaal Mata - 2019, 2020*, 2022

Aiden Mata - 2019, 2020

Ivan "Ricky" Olivares - 2019, 2022

Hope Parra - 2019, 2020*

Peter Parra - 2017, 2018, 2019*

Ignacio "Nacho" Perez - 2019

Matthew Pinon - 2019, 2020

Destiny Provencio - 2019, 2020

Andres "Andy" Ramirez - 2019

Andres Rodriguez - 2019, 2022

Taryn Roe - 2019

Nadia Russell - 2018, 2019, 2020*

Kailei Russell - 2019

Emilia Salazar - 2018, 2019, 2020*

David Schuller - 2019

Hannah Stegall - 2019, 2020

Vincent Thomas- 2019

Diane Tiscareno - 2019

Israel Vasquez - 2019

Sergio Villareal-Banuelos - 2019

Parker Yi - 2019, 2022

2020

To many, 2020 will go down as the "forgotten season" since DCI and DCI SoundSport were unable to perform due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic that basically shut the world down for an entire year right as our spring season was beginning.  This season was supposed to be our "coming out party" with our second in El Paso, TX being our main hub for operations.  We had 51 auditionees for the December Camp and another additional 52 in January and were looking to travel further than we had in previous seasons (Mesa, AZ; St. Louis, MO; Broken Arrow, OK; Denton, TX along with a stop in Albuquerque, NM (Our other home)).  Unfortunately, this would never come to fruition.  Our contractees as well as staff were further along than we ever had been by the end of our February Camp.  These contractees will forever be the 2020 Members of the "Bomb Squad" and  we chose to remember 2020 as "The Season That Would Have Been".
 

2022

ARSENAL'S RETURN TO THE FIELD IN GOLDEN FASHION

After a 3 year absence from the drum and bugle corps activity,  Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps returned to the activity in a shortened 21 day season.  The 31 members were exposed to the activity with all day rehearsals, (2)  July 4 performances, a Send-Off Show, the 2022 Bomb Squad hit the "Paseo Del Norte" and embarked on their Summer Tour Competing at both DCI - Drums Along The Rockies Shows (Cheyenne, WY and Ft Collins, CO).  This season was a complete success as the 2022 corps received the "Gold Medal" for the 2022 DCI-SoundSport Virtual Championships and paved the way for the resurgence of Arsenal Drum and Bugle Corps.  

​Nathaniel Barraza - 2022

Daniel Bernal – 2019, 2022

Alejander "AJ" Betancourt - 2022

Z Biggerstaff - 2022

Johnovan Brown - 2019, 2022

Richard Chenausky - 2022

Zane Gassman – 2022

Marissa Gonzales - 2022

Emma Griego - 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022*

Judith Hinojosa - 2022

Dylan Jones - 2022

David Martinez - 2022

Eduardo Martinez - 2022

Alani Martinez 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022*

Isbaal Mata - 2019, 2020, 2022

Isleen Mata - 2022

Francisco Molina - 2022

Brandon Moore - 2022

Ivan "Ricky" Olivarez - 2019, 2022

Nikolas Olsen - 2022

Keoni Olvera - 2022

Aidan Ortega - 2022

Derick Ortiz - 2022

Juan Oviedo - 2022

Anaisah Rodriguez - 2022

Andres Rodriguez - 2019, 2022

Alyssa Rodriguez - 2022

Isabel Rodriguez - 2022

Isaac Santillan - 2022

Tyler Wallis - 2022

Parker YI - 2019, 2022

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