Phantom Regiment

Rockford, IL United States
Founded: 1956

Active Junior
World Class
YearTheme/Songs
1964 Cockeyed Optimist (from South Pacific) * I Am An American * Walk on the Wild Side * Sunday In Seville * An Affair to Remember  
1970 Traces * It's A Long Way To Tipperary * My Buddy * Over There * Camelot * If Ever I Would Leave You (from Camelot) * Alabama Jubilee  
1972 March (from the Damnation of Faust) * The Phantom Regiment * America The Beautiful * Funeral March of a Marionette (theme from Alfred Hitchcock Presents) * Poet and Peasant Overture * A Shot in the Dark * Spellbound Concerto  
1973 Night on Bald Mountain * The Lord's Prayer * MacArthur Park * Poet and Peasant Overture * Light Cavalry Overture * Jubilance  
1974 Festive Overture * Fifth Symphony * Poet and Peasant Overture * Night on Bald Mountain * Romeo and Juliet * A Time for Us (Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet) * Les Preludes  
1975 American Overture * Hungarian Dance No. 5 * Barber of Seville * An American in Paris * Tannhauser (Pilgrim's Chorus)  
1976 Finale from Seventh Symphony * Sixth Symphony * Toccata and Fugue in D minor * An American in Paris * Tannhauser (Pilgrim's Chorus)  
1977 New World Symphony * Piano Concerto No. 1 * Pagliacci * Flight of the Bumblebee * Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy)  
1978 Firebird Suite * Rite Of Spring * Petrouchka * Dance Infernale * Scherzo a la Russe * Piano Concerto in A minor * Flight of the Bumblebee * Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy)  
1979 Third Symphony * Malambo (Finale from Estancia) * Morning (from the Peer Gynt Suite) * Piano Concerto in A minor * Hall of the Mountain King (from Peer Gynt Suite #1) * March of the Dwarfs (from Lyric Suite) * March of the Meistersingers (from The Meistersingers of Nuremberg) * Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (from Lohengrin)  
1980 Russian Easter Overture * Romany Life (from The Fortune Teller) * Polovtsian Dances (from Prince Igor) * Masquerade Suite * Carmen Suite  
1981 Spartacus - Triumph of Rome (from Spartacus) * Gladiator Fight (from Spartacus) * Dance of the Rebels (from Spartacus) * Prelude to Battle (from Spartacus) * Battle (from Spartacus) * Sunrise and Apotheosis (from Spartacus)  
1982 Spartacus - Triumph of Rome (from Spartacus) * Slave Dance (from Spartacus) * Gladiator Fight (from Spartacus) * Mourning and Uprising (from Spartacus) * Prelude to Battle (from Spartacus) * Battle (from Spartacus) * Sunrise and Apotheosis (from Spartacus)  
1983 Serenade for Strings * Cossack Dance * Dance Neapolitan * 1812 Overture  
1984 Scythian Suite * Armenian Dances * Triptych * 1812 Overture  
1985 Symphonie Fantastique  
1986 Carnival Overture * Alborada Del Gracioso * Sir Lancelot and Merlin the Magician * Merlin The Magician * Resurrection Symphony (Symphony No. 2)  
1987 Swan Lake * Nutcracker Suite Highlights  
1988 Romeo and Juliet - Romeo and Juliet  
1989 New World Symphony - 1st Movement (from Symphony No. 9) * 2nd Movement (from Symphony No. 9) * Slavonic Dances No. 1 * 4th Movement (from Symphony No. 9)  
1990 Dreams of Desire - 4th Movement (from Symphony No. 3) * The Elephant (from Carnival of the Animals) * Finale (from Carnival of the Animals) * Bacchanale (from Samson and Delilah)  
1991 Phantom Voices - Nessun Dorma (from Turandot) * Pagliacci * Bacchanale (from Samson and Delilah)  
1992 War and Peace - Marche Slav * La Marseillaise * 1812 Overture  
1993 The Modern Imagination - The Landworkers (From Estancia Ballet) * The Wheat Dance (From Estancia Ballet) * Danza Final (From Estancia Ballet) * The Fire of Eternal Glory (from Novorossisk Chimes) * Death Hunt (from On Dangerous Ground)  
1994 Songs for a Summer Night - Ritual Fire Dance (from El Amor Brujo) * Clair de Lune (from Suite Bergamasque) * Talking Drums (from White Witch Doctor) * North by Northwest * Death Hunt (from On Dangerous Ground)  
1995 Adventures Under a Darkened Sky - Symphonic Dances * Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (variation 18) * Piano Concerto No. 2 * Caprice Bohémien  
1996 Defiant Heart: The Music of Dmitri Shostakovich - Fourth Ballet Suite * First Symphony, Second Movement * Fifth Symphony, Fourth Movement  
1997 The Ring - Hagen's Call to His Clan (from Gotterdammerung - The Ring) * Magic Fire Music (from Die Walküre - The Ring) * Hammering of the Ring (from The Ring) * Die Gotterdammerung (from The Ring)  
1998 Songs from the Eternal City . . . The Music of Rome - Roman Carnival Overture * Un Bel Di (from Madame Butterfly) * Pines of the Villa Borghese (from Pines of Rome) * Pines of the Appian Way (from Pines of Rome)  
1999 Tragedy and Triumph - Fourth Symphony * Fifth Symphony (2nd Movement) * Sixth Symphony  
2000 The Masters of Mystique - The Dawn of Modern Music - Jeux * Petrouchka * Transfigured Night * Rite Of Spring  
2001 Virtuoso - Finale (from Concerto For Orchestra - 5th Movement) * Game of Pairs (from Concerto For Orchestra - 2nd Movement) * Festive Overture  
2002 Heroic Sketches: The Passion of Shostakovich - Tenth Symphony, Second Movement * Piano Concerto No. 2, Second Movement * Piano Concerto No. 2, First Movement * Seventh Symphony, Fourth Movement  
2003 Harmonic Journey - Sanctus * Wild Nights (from Harmonium) * The Lord's Prayer (from King of Kings) * Ostinato (from Mikrokosmos)  
2004 Apasionada 874 - Buenos Aires Hora Cero * La Muerte del Angel * Oblivion * Imagenes 676 * Adios Nonino * Tres Minutos con la Realidad  
2005 Rhapsody - Rhapsody in Blue * An American in Paris  
2006 Faust - Scythian Suite * Ave Maria * Piano Concerto * Resurrection Symphony (Symphony No. 2)  
2007 On Air - Vespertine Formations * 1000 Airplanes on the Roof * Flower Duet (from Lakme) * Suggestion Diabolique * Firebird Suite  
2008 Spartacus - Spartacus * Ein Heldenleben * Battlefield (from KA) * Dance of Ecstasy (from Danses Fantastiques) * Toccata (from Piano Concerto No. 1)  
2009 The Red Violin - The Red Violin * Fantasy Variations on a Theme by Paganini * Paganini Variations * Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini * Caprice XXIV Paganini * Paganini Variations  
2010 Into the Light - The New Moon in the Old Moon's Arms  
2011 Juliet - East of Eden * Requiem * Requiem * A Time for Us (Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet) * Romeo and Juliet * Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (from Lohengrin)  
2012 Turandot - Popolo Di Pekino!...Indietro, Cani * Gira La Cote!...Perche Tarda La Luna? * O Mondo, O Mondo...O Tigre, O Tigre! * Gravi, Enormi Ed Imponenti * Gloria, Gloria * Tre Enigmi M'Hai * Nessun Dorma  
2013 Triumphant Journey - Elizabeth: The Golden Age * Cape Fear * Four Sea Interludes * Enigma Variations * Symphony No. 11  
2014 Swan Lake - Swan Lake * La Peri * Dracula * King Kong * Flightplan  
2015 City of Light - I Love Paris (from Can-Can) * Horoscope * Clair de Lune (from Suite Bergamasque) * Piano Concerto in C# minor * An American in Paris * Symphony no. 3 (Organ)  
2016 Voice of Promise - Preludes for Piano, Op. 34, No.14 * The Chairman Dances * Ave Verum Corpus * Darkest Moment * Hymne Des Fraternises: I'm Dreaming of Home * Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra  
Drum and Bugle Corps is an original American art form. The beginning can be traced to veterans organizations such as the VFW and the American Legion, as well as to organizations such as the Catholic Youth Organization. Soldiers returning from World War I celebrated Veterans Day and the Fourth of July by marching in parades to the accompaniment of the drum and the bugle, just as they had during the war.

The first two corps in the Rockford, Illinois, area, the VFW Post 342 and the American Legion Post 62, were composed of veterans who were male and members of those particular posts. There have been many drum corps in the Rockford area since that time. By far the most successful has been the Phantom Regiment.

Formed in 1956 by a group of VFW 342 members who wanted to see a competitive drum corps, the group was initially named the Rockford Rangers, with an all-girl color guard to be called the Rangerettes.

Many of the members did not feel the name "Rangers" was appropriate for their corps. Some of the members had been listening to Stetson D. Richmond records and were impressed with a 1952 Leroy Anderson tune the Syracuse Brigadiers had played entitled "The Phantom Regiment." Thus, before the corps had made any public appearances, the corps name was changed to Phantom Regiment, and the all-girl color guard was labelled the Phantomettes.

While the corps was in its developmental stages, a substantial emphasis was placed on the competitive guard aspect of the activity. Almost overnight, the Phantomettes became very successful in their own right. An all-male comp guard made up of members of the Regiment horn line, called the Raiders, also had a brief success story.

The drum and bugle corps itself, however, struggled competitively. Fortunes began to improve only when in 1962 the corps bought a set of high quality bugles from the Commonwealth Edison Drum and Bugle Corps. A new brass arranger also sped the growth process. Also in 1962, the original Phantom Regiment Cadets was formed, using the old set of bugles.

In 1963, the Regiment fielded an all-male corps, including the color guard, with mixed results. The all-girl guard returned in 1964 and, with the help of a very successful recruiting drive, the Phantom Regiment, sporting a new set of military uniforms, had its most successful year to date.

The corps' competition color guard, the Phantomettes, was memorialized on vehicle registration stickers by the City of Rockford in 1964.

But just as it looked as if the Regiment was on its way to becoming a championship-caliber corps, a fire in the corps hall took away the corps' home, along with the uniforms and the instruments. The Phantom Regiment tried to field a corps in 1965, but eventually was forced to cancel the season due to lack of finances.

A new board of directors, comprising former members and staff of the original corps, reorganized and incorporated the Phantom Regiment on Sept. 11, 1967, with the following mission statement:

"To organize, maintain, and operate a musical marching unit, band, color guard, and related activities, and in general, promote and encourage drum and bugle corps activities, parades, concerts, contests, and to further the musical talents and interests of young persons."

The original board of directors could not have imagined that 30 years later their corps would have a budget of well over half a million dollars, nor that Phantom would be competing for the drum and bugle corps world championship.

The reorganized Phantom Regiment began its first season in three years as a small corps that signed its first roster on Jan. 10, 1968. There were 28 charter members.

The first season for the corps included many parades and a few contests. The corps uniform included black pants with a red windbreaker and a black and white vertical stripe on the left side of the windbreaker. The equipment truck was a red step van, the only vehicle the corps owned.

As the years passed, the number of contests grew, the distance traveled in the tour increased, and the Phantom Regiment began to creep up the ladder of drum corps success.

New in 1970 were cadet-style uniforms, including black pants with a white stripe, and a jacket with a diagonal sash of red dividing the black right side from the white left side. White bucks were worn on the feet and new shakos with 12-inch plumes decorated the head. The corps included 40 horns, 24 color guard, 14 drums, 10 rifles and one drum major in 1970, for a total of 89 members.

By 1971, the first hints of Phantom's ultimate classical style were beginning to appear. The 1972 show featured a concert version of "Poet and Peasant Overture," however improbably accompanied by the "Addams Family Theme" as a marching tymp solo!

A sign of the corps' increased confidence was one Friday the 13th in 1971, when three of the corps' busses ran out of gas and their equipment truck caught fire - twice. Yet Regiment still won the evening's contest.

During the fall and winter of the 1974 season every member of the 128-man corps took individual marching and brass lessons. The Phantom Regiment made finals at the Drum Corps International World Championships for the first time in 1974, finishing eighth in Prelims and 11th in Finals. They have been a fixture in the DCI top 12 ever since.

The years between 1967 and 1974 were some of the most exciting in the history of the corps. They were the formative years and defined the style of the Phantom Regiment. Those years saw the growth of the young nucleus of members to a mature world-class drum corps.

In the fall of 1974, a new uniform was conceived, one that would give the Phantom Regiment its long-term identity: long white jackets with a black sash, a two-colored cape with red on the inside and black on the outside, black pants, and the one element that remains today: the pith helmet.

The remainder of the 1970s would be years of rapid advancement for the Regiment as the corps matured to become a contender for the DCI crown. In 1975, the corps placed 10th. In 1976, it placed fourth. And in 1977, 1978 and 1979, the corps placed second, only a tenth or two from becoming World Champion.

During the early 1980s, the Regiment produced some of the most innovative programs ever to grace the field of competition. The corps was well ahead of its time with the 1981 and 1982 productions of the ballet "Spartacus," a project two years in the making. Critically acclaimed and loved by audiences everywhere, the program increased Regiment's fame throughout the world.

The corps that is recognized today began in 1987. After a difficult tenth-place finish in 1986, the corps took a fresh new approach. Michael Cesario inspired a dramatic new look, with new all-white uniforms more closely resembling costumes. This new look and approach led to three years of substantial improvement, culminating in 1989 with a second-place finish and the second highest score ever, 98.4.

In 1989, the corps joined the Kansas City Symphony on stage in a performance of "Elsa's Processional to the Cathedral" so powerful that a newspaper reviewer felt he might never recover.

The 1990s proved to be a time of continued success and evolution, as in 1995 the uniforms changed again. The same style was continued, but the color became all black.

The 1993 show, featuring "Estancia," "Fire of Eternal Glory," and "The Death Hunt," was a crowd pleaser throughout the season and won Phantom a tightly contested third-place finish at DCI Championships in Jackson. They had finished a "disastrous" eighth in 1992.

In 1996, the goal and dream of everyone involved with the organization over the past 30 years came true. The Phantom Regiment tied the Concord Blue Devils for its first DCI World Championship. The music of that championship year of was of Shostakovich.

After that winning year, however, Phantom went into a relative decline, finishing out of the top six in three of the next four years.

The corps took on a new look in 2000 with another Michael Cesario-inspired uniform. The all-black was replaced by tan jackets and white pants with a red baldric. The traditional Phantom Regiment helmets remained. Unfortunately a fire destroyed Phantom's souvenir trailer in July, 2000, while traveling in Mississippi, causing the corps substantial financial damage.

The corps' resurgence in the early 2000s is credited to the vision and leadership of board members Tim Farrell and Dan Farrell, along with that of corps director Patrick Seidling.

After a long swing through the West in 2003, an Harmonic Journey, the corps finished the season fourth, with a score of 94.75. Corps director Pat Seidling was chosen as DCI's director of the year in 2003.

The 2004 show was a departure for the traditionally classical corps, as they presented "Apasionada 874," a performance dedicated to the charm of the tango. The theme encouraged much emoting and passion by the horn line, and not to mention a graceful tango across the field by 12 contras. On Finals night, Phantom took fifth place, with a score of 93.575. This consistent group has not been out of the DCI Top Ten since 1974, and placed within the top four 15 times.

Phantom is the originator of "all-symphonic pageantry," turning a "classic style into a unique combination of timeless music and world class drum corps." Their treatments of the greats, especially Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, are drum corps classics. Now into the 21st century, the Phantom Regiment continues its past success and strives for new goals.

The Phantom Regiment organization features one alternative corps (Phantom Regiment Cadets, the "alternative opportunity" local corps) and the Phantom Regiment Pre-Cadets (a feeder corps, also known as the Mites).

[www.regiment.org/history.html; DCW, 12/88, p.4; DCW, 1/89, p.2; rec.arts.marching.drumcorps, GSNewell, 3/28/99 & 7/26/00; DCW, 8/31/02, p.3; DCW, 7/26/02, p.3; DCW, 1/03, p.8; DCW, 7/6/90, p.13; DCW, 5/04, p.25, inter alia]

Members (169)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Abens, Megan mellophone 2003 to 2006
Adams, Dave Percussion 1978
Agwu, Christopher Trumpet 2006 to 2007
Ahlquist, Phil Baritone 1984 to 1986
Atkinson, Christopher Brass-Soprano 1991
Beall, Andy Percussion (snare and marimba) 1999 to 2001
Bertram, Adam Contra 1989 to 1991
Bertram, Mark Baritone 1986 to 1990
Bertram, Mark Visual Staff 1996
Biggs, Mike Snare 1979 to 1980
Boshoven, Kelly Colorguard 1982 to 1985
Bradford, Scott Baritone 2002
Bralley, Austin Euphonium 2007
Caiola, Cristian mellophone 2017
Campbell, Rich French Horn 86, Mellophone 87-89 1986 to 1989
Castricone, Daniel contra 2005
Chenault, Chris "OPUS" Contra 1989 to 1990
Clubb, Eric Euphonium 2002 to 2005
Curtis, Ogie Baritone/Euphonium 2002
Curyto, Michael Front Ensemble/Timpani 2005
Davis, Jeff Brass 1976 to 1979
Davis, Melissa Sop 2001
DeFerraro, John Asst. Drum Major (Auditioning) 2007
DeJournett, Bill French Horn 1989
DeRemer, Nanette Colorguard 2004
Dickerson, Bryan Contrabass 1985
Diver, John Mellophone 2002
Donkerbrook, Gregory Contra 2005 to 2006
Dufour, Brian Drumline 1982 to 1984
Dugan, Ray percussion 1986
Dukart, Darren Contra 1995 to 1999
Dukart, Darren Contra 1995 to 1999
Dukart, Jonette Color Guard 1997 to 1998
Eagle, Warren Contra 2000
Eldridge, Julia Euphonium 2006
Eldridge, Julia Baritone 2007
Eleck, Holly color guard 1984
Ellichman, Nancy French Horn 1986
Exley, Joe Contra 1990
Feagin, Tommy Conductor 1998 to 2001
Fewell, Jeff Soprano 1974 to 1981
Figlewski, Luke Contra Bass 2002
Flores, George soprano 1998
Flores, Robert Brass - Lead Soprano 2002
Flores, Robert Brass - Lead Trumpet 2004
Fortner, Don Baritone 1980 to 1981
Fox, Eric Front Ensemble 2002
Freeman, Robert baritone 1987
Fry, Nancy Horn 1969 to 1975
Gardner, Jessica colorguard 2002
Gerke, Andrew Horn Line 2006
Gregoire, Rick drumline 1996 to 1998
Guilbeaux, Lynn Mellophone 1994 to 1996
Halls, Brad Snare 1983 to 1984
Haralson, Leslie Color Guard 2002
Harcey (Anderson), Sarah Color Guard 1986 to 1987
Holmes, William Contra 2003
Hooper, Tim Euphonium 2001 to 2004
Houston, Scott Soprano 2002
Hubbard, Kylee Colorguard 2008
Hussong, Ethan Soprano 2002
Johnson, Curt Snare 1956 to 1961
Jones, Geoff Baritone 1994
Kolpek, Dennis Brass 1975 to 1978
Kopplin, Lanah Baritone 2002 to 2003
Lass, Mary Soprano 2001
Lass, Mary Soprana 2001
Law, Chris Hornline 2006
Lawrence, Courtney euphonium 2004 to 2008
Lazaro, James Euphonium 2001
LeBlanc, Duane Soprano 1990 to 1992
Ledezma, Ismael Visual Staff 2014
Leeson, Chris Mellophone 2005
Lennox, Christopher Bass Line 2006
Lettinga, Case Buick 2002
Lettinga, Case Euphonium 2002 to 2003
Lindberg, David Bass 1964
Locke, Brandon Euphonium 2003
Lopez, Stephanie Colorguard 2004
Mage, Mike Baritone 2005
Margraf, Mike Soprano 1985 to 1987; 1989
Martin, Robin Baritone 2002
Martinez, Gordon Contra 1991 to 1992
McGlothlin, Michael Visual Staff 2002
McKinnon, Margaret Front Ensemble 1998 to 2000
McLain, Benji Baritone 1998 to 1999
Meister (Brown), Sandy color guard 2000
Meister, James Soprano 2000
Mercer, Amanda Guard 1999
Meyette, Chuck Bari, Contra 1982; 1984; 1986 to 1987
Milheiser, Stacy Baritone 1987
Mondlock, Alexander Contra 2001 to 2002
Monroe, Josh Euphonium 2002
Mooney, John Contra 1994
Morris, Julie Guard 1988
Moser, Rebecca colorguard 2005
Mull, DeLynn Soprano 2000 to 2002
Mull, DeLynn Trumpet 2003 to 2004
Newell, Greg Baritone 1988 to 1989
Ogle, Brandon Baritone 2005
Oldemeyer, Michael Euphonium 1994; 1996; 1998
Olochwoszcz, Gabriel Euphonium 1999 to 2000
Ozminski, Aaron Low Brass/Conductor 1989 to 1993
Padawan, Joe Soprano 1999
Padawan, Joe Staff 2003
Padilla, Israel Sopranos 2001
Pampe, Dave Contrabass 1993
Parker, Steve Euphonium 2000 to 2003
Parsons, Susan Mellophone 2002 to 2003
Patlan, Charles Contra Line 2005 to 2007
Peel, Bernie driver 2001; 2004 to 2005
Pilato, Nikk Baritone Line 1991 to 1993
Pilato, Nikk Conductor 1994
Porter, Hayden Euphonium 2014
Presley, Scott baritone 1992 to 1994
Reeves, Alexander Horn - Fluegel 1982
Reeves, Katie Colorguard 2005
Rhodes, Scott Soprano 1990
Richards, Will Conductor 2002
Rivera, Mary Ester American Guard 1971 to 19729
Rowe, Ronda color guard 1975
Roy, Michael Euphonium 2006 to 2008
Ruiz, Maricelie Drumline 1998
Rukavina, Rex Soprano 1985
Ruschhaupt, Kyle Trumpet 1991
Rushing, Brandon Mellophone 2005
Ryan, Gary Tenor line 1985 to 1987
Sadlon, Tony Soprano 2002
Scallan, Allison Soprano/Trumpet 1999 to 2003
Schendel, Joel Soprano 1996
Seidling, patrick tour mgr (2001), director 2001 to 2006
Senger, Jeff Baritone 1983 to 1986
Shafer, Steven Hornline 2016
Shah, Javeed Contra 1995 to 1997; 1999
Shannon, Derrick Bass 2007
Sherman, Kevin Snare Line 1979 to 1982
Silberhorn, Angie Color Guard 1980 to 1987
Simon, Monica Mellophone 1998 to 2002
Slabaugh, Steve (Slappy) Soprano 1989 to 1992
Smith, Alan Trumpet 2016
Sommer, April mellophone 2001 to 2002
Starks, Glenda Pit 2004
Stockman, Shawn soprano 1983 to 1985
Stoecker, Greg Drum Major 2005
Strieff, Walter Soprano 1986
Strieff, Walter Visual Staff 1987
Teague, Bryan Contra 2001 to 2002
Triplett, Paul Soprano 1974; 1976
Upwood, John Contra 1987 to 1989
Vasquez, Ramon Soprano 1991 to 1993
Vasquez, Ramon Brass Staff 1995
Vaughn, Steve Euphonium 2009 to 2010
Venekamp, Bob Soprano 2002
Venekamp, Bob Trumpet 2002 to 2004
Vig, Cindy soprano 1986
Vigliotti, Michael Mellophone 2003 to 2005
Weatherspoon, Christopher Euphonium 2001
Wendel, Dave baritone 1978
Wherley, Tanner Snare 2015
Wimmer, Mark Baritone 1996
Xenofos, Tasi Euphonium 1999
Yingling, Gregory Euphonium 2003
albert, spanky hornline 1983 to 1985
de Silva, Jon Euphonium 1982 to 1983
murphy, molly mellophone 2003; 2005
oakes, Taylor Euphonium 2002
oakes, taylor Euphonium 2002
pendergrass, wes Contra 2001 to 2002
pierson, warren bass 1964

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