A Letter From Jeanne Parks – The Legacy Continues!

Dear DMA Family, past, present, and future-

The nationally acclaimed George N. Parks– Drum Major Academy WILL continue to be a part of the 2011 summer schedule. The longevity of the DMA program was always a part of George’s future plan; this is one of the main reasons he continued to train his proteges to present the signature DMA curriculum with a keen understanding of the various aspects of the learning blueprint.

While we are deeply saddened this transition has come to pass far too soon, it is critical we carry on the positive momentum of the DMA journey in honor of the legacy of George N. Parks. It will be presented with the same level of integrity, pragmatic relevance, and trademark enthusiasm that has always been the memorable facet of the DMA experience.

We are counting on your continued loyalty and encourage you to check our 2011 summer calendar, which is in the process of being finalized and will be available shortly on our SCHEDULE tab.

With Pride —

Jeanne C. Parks

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