WGI Statement, September 12, 2022 WGI takes allegations involving sexual misconduct very seriously and endeavors to address allegations that are brought to its attention in a deliberate, fair, and thorough manner. We appreciate and respect the bravery of anyone who reports any misconduct in our marching arts community. Their efforts to provide corroborating information contribute […]

WGI Mourns The Passing of George Lindstrom

The WGI community is grieving the loss of a visionary in the marching arts activity, George Lindstrom, who passed away on November 24. He was 82 years old. “George was an agent of change and believed fervently in the capacity of what WGI brings to young people. Always pursuing the next big idea and challenging […]

inspiring design: How I Produced My Winter Program

By Trudy Horsting This article was inspired by a recent interview with Vincent Thomas “I find inspiration in almost everything. I find it through music that sends a bolt through my spine. I find inspiration in humanity and nature. I think the creators have given us such a platform of inspiration. What we experience, what […]

Nicole Younger Joins WGI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

Over the last 23 years, Nicole Younger has worn many hats ranging from performer, writer, director, designer, and choreographer, to name a few. Now she is adding serving on the WGI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee to that list. Nicole has instructed scholastic and independent color guard programs up and down the east coast, […]