The Triuggio Marching Band leaves for the United States. Boxing Day will be “in flight” for the members of the prestigious musical group Brianza who will take part in the 134th edition of Rose Parade 2023.
Pride not only from Brianza, but from Europe. In fact, the Triuggio parade formation is the only one of the twenty marching bands that will perform in California to arrive from Europe. The 60 musicians are ready and excited: January 2 will be a date to remember for them: they will perform in Pasadena (California) amid floats and flowers in one of those demonstrations that galvanize millions of Americans to the TV each year. “We are very proud to be invited as the only Italian and European group and we will also carry the flag of the Italian IMS Association in parade” reads the Facebook page of Brianza’s formation.
But before performing at the Rose Parade, the Stars and Stripes Triuggio Marching Band will win two more shows: On December 31 they will perform at the Band’s Festival at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, a sports temple hosting more than 90,000 spectators. However, on January 1, he moved to the Disneyland theme park. Then the big show on January 2nd, one of Americans’ most anticipated and followed shows that will see Brianza featured as the sole European performer.
The Triuggio Marching Band was founded in 2004. For almost twenty years, Brianza’s compositions have seen them perform in Italy and abroad, collecting important hits. The composition consists of about sixty-five elements and consists of three basic sections. There are woodwinds (melody) composed of woodwinds (clarinets and saxophones) and brass (trumpets, mellophones, baritones, tubas); percussion (percussion) consisting of snare, tenor, bass drum and cymbals; and “colour guards” (dancing) who use dance paraphernalia such as flags and guns to color and enliven the group’s performance.
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