Spokane, WA United States
Founded: 1975

Inactive Junior
1976 Seventh Symphony * Turquiose * Poeple * Take Five * I Feel (a Song in My Heart)  
1977 202 71.050 Trumpercussion * Take Five * Chicago Medley * Turquoise * I Feel (a Song in My Heart)  
1978 205 57.100 (Repertoire not available)  
1980 27 61.250 A Festival Prelude * Music  
Position 200+ indicates Division II, Position 300+ indicates Division III, Position 400+ indicates Mini Corps.

CORPS Photos

Renaissance was a junior marching and maneuvering corps based in Spokane, Washington. They were active in the mid-1970s.

The corps placed as high as second in Class A competition, at the 1977 DCI Championships in Denver.

Renaissance was active through at least 1980.

[DCW, 10/02, p.3]

"The Renaissance Drum & Bugle Corps
Spokane, Washington
On September 14, 1975,Renaissance started with a small group of dedicated parents and young people. The following January, of 1976 with 35 members, Renaissance Drum and Bugle Corps staff includes, Lee Shook, Executive Director, Dave Tippett, Brass, (Percussion instructor, is Dave Wakely,) Rifles, Sue Wakely and Flags, Shelly Hutchinson."
[From the July 8th 1989 Spartans Drum Corps Spectacular Program]

Members (11)

Member Name Section Years Involved
Ambrose, Tony Percussion 1977 to 1979
Beebe, Paul Mellophone/Soprano 1977 to 1980
Collins, Bill Brass Cation head 1979
Crandell, Steve Baritone 1979 to 1981
Felton, Greg Baritone and Contra 1977 to 1980
Hall, Mark horn line 1979 to 1980
King, Benny soprano 1975 to 1977
Kroening, Brett Baritone 1976 to 1978
Morgan, Michael Percussion 1978 to 1980
Patterson, Loree Rifle Line 1977
Wynia, John Baritone 1977 to 1980

CORPS 3 items


Renaissance,Spokane,WA,Pin1-RCrestYellow(RE-3.0)J_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection

Renaissance,Spokane,WA,Pin2-RCrestOrange(RE-2.25)J_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection

Renaissance,Spokane,WA,Pin3-RStar(Site)J_U_S from the Richard Elmquist Collection


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