Smith-Cotton Marching Band prepares for ‘Postcards’ field show


During the last few minutes of Band Camp on Friday, Sydny Kocsis stands at the front of a flute formation at Smith-Cotton Stadium with the Smith-Cotton Marching Band. The 2016 field show is “Postcards,” which is a musical journey through Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, the French Riveria and New York, said instructor Grant Maledy.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Drum Major Madison Knight looks to fellow Drum Major Makenna Steger as they lead the Smith-Cotton Marching Band during rehearsals Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium. After the completion of the week-long camp, the band offered a community preview of its 2016 field show at 7 p.m. Friday at Smith-Cotton Stadium.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Band instructor Grant Maledy helps Roman Morelos with his positioning at the end of a movement in the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s field show Friday afternoon. The band will be in the Missouri State Fair Opening Day Parade at 6 p.m. Thursday.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Aly Shaw, with several other color guard members behind her, practices a flag routine during Band Camp on Friday afternoon.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

The Smith-Cotton Marching Band drumline makes its way across the field during field show rehearsal Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Members of the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s brass section play during one of the last movements of rehearsal during Band Camp on Friday afternoon.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

During the last few minutes of Band Camp on Friday, Sydny Kocsis stands at the front of a flute formation at Smith-Cotton Stadium with the Smith-Cotton Marching Band. The 2016 field show is “Postcards,” which is a musical journey through Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, the French Riveria and New York, said instructor Grant Maledy.

Drum Major Madison Knight looks to fellow Drum Major Makenna Steger as they lead the Smith-Cotton Marching Band during rehearsals Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium. After the completion of the week-long camp, the band offered a community preview of its 2016 field show at 7 p.m. Friday at Smith-Cotton Stadium.

Band instructor Grant Maledy helps Roman Morelos with his positioning at the end of a movement in the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s field show Friday afternoon. The band will be in the Missouri State Fair Opening Day Parade at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Aly Shaw, with several other color guard members behind her, practices a flag routine during Band Camp on Friday afternoon.

The Smith-Cotton Marching Band drumline makes its way across the field during field show rehearsal Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium.

Members of the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s brass section play during one of the last movements of rehearsal during Band Camp on Friday afternoon.

During the last few minutes of Band Camp on Friday, Sydny Kocsis stands at the front of a flute formation at Smith-Cotton Stadium with the Smith-Cotton Marching Band. The 2016 field show is “Postcards,” which is a musical journey through Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, the French Riveria and New York, said instructor Grant Maledy.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD080616BandCamp-1.jpgDuring the last few minutes of Band Camp on Friday, Sydny Kocsis stands at the front of a flute formation at Smith-Cotton Stadium with the Smith-Cotton Marching Band. The 2016 field show is “Postcards,” which is a musical journey through Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, the French Riveria and New York, said instructor Grant Maledy. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Drum Major Madison Knight looks to fellow Drum Major Makenna Steger as they lead the Smith-Cotton Marching Band during rehearsals Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium. After the completion of the week-long camp, the band offered a community preview of its 2016 field show at 7 p.m. Friday at Smith-Cotton Stadium.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD080616BandCamp2.jpgDrum Major Madison Knight looks to fellow Drum Major Makenna Steger as they lead the Smith-Cotton Marching Band during rehearsals Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium. After the completion of the week-long camp, the band offered a community preview of its 2016 field show at 7 p.m. Friday at Smith-Cotton Stadium. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Band instructor Grant Maledy helps Roman Morelos with his positioning at the end of a movement in the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s field show Friday afternoon. The band will be in the Missouri State Fair Opening Day Parade at 6 p.m. Thursday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD080616BandCamp-3.jpgBand instructor Grant Maledy helps Roman Morelos with his positioning at the end of a movement in the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s field show Friday afternoon. The band will be in the Missouri State Fair Opening Day Parade at 6 p.m. Thursday. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Aly Shaw, with several other color guard members behind her, practices a flag routine during Band Camp on Friday afternoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD080616BandCamp4.jpgAly Shaw, with several other color guard members behind her, practices a flag routine during Band Camp on Friday afternoon. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

The Smith-Cotton Marching Band drumline makes its way across the field during field show rehearsal Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD080616BandCamp-5.jpgThe Smith-Cotton Marching Band drumline makes its way across the field during field show rehearsal Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton Stadium. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Members of the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s brass section play during one of the last movements of rehearsal during Band Camp on Friday afternoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD080616BandCamp-6.jpgMembers of the Smith-Cotton Marching Band’s brass section play during one of the last movements of rehearsal during Band Camp on Friday afternoon. Nicole Cooke | Democrat
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