Justin Samuels

Justin Samuels currently resides in Delray Beach Florida. He has worked with numerous south Florida ensembles. Justin started his DCI experience as a performer in 2004 with the Magic of Orlando Drum and Bugle Corps. He then joined the Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps in 2006, and aged out in 2010. Samuels began his WGI experience as a part of the visual team for Stryke Percussion during the 2014-2015 seasons. In 2017 he also worked as a member of Infinity Percussion’s visual staff. Justin has recently served as choreographer for the Park Vista High School Indoor Percussion during the 2019 winter season . He has been involved in the WGI winds circuit since its inception. Starting with Stryke Wynds during 2015,2016,2017,2018, indoor seasons as a choreographer and instructor. Justin returned to the ensemble as the visual designer in 2019. He has been the visual designer and choreographer for Flanagan Winds during the 2016,2017,2018, 2019 indoor seasons. In the outdoor realm, Samuels has served as visual caption head, and choreographer for Flanagan High School Marching Band during 2015,2016,2017,2018 fall seasons. As choreographer for the Park Vista High School Marching Band during 2016,2017 fall seasons. As well as visual caption head, and choreographer for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Marching Band from 2017-Present. Justin has recently began working as visual caption head, and choreographer for the Cooper City High School Marching Band in 2018. As well as program coordinator for FIU winds in the upcoming WGI 20 20 season. He has been an adjudicator in the Florida Marching Band Coalition since 2017.

Title: 
Visual Instructor
Section: 
Visual Staff
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