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Percussion Staff


Will Church ( Drum Line Tech ) is an award-winning composer and performer who has been involved in marching band and drum line for more than a decade. A North Carolina native, William attended Wheatmore High School and was involved in the formation of the school’s first marching band and indoor percussion program.


After graduation, William attended High Point University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication, with a focus on Interactive Media Design. He also minored in Music Composition, working under composers Nathan Daughtry and Robert Faub. As a part of the university's pep pand, led by Danny Frye, William was appointed as the university's first Drum Major. During this time, he also performed with the a capella group the Offbeats, where he served for two years as music arranger. He also performed in the university Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and Percussion Ensemble.


William earned a Master of Arts Degree in Composition for Movies, Television, and Video Games from The University of North Carolina’s School of the Arts in 2021. He worked with composer Christopher Heckman (Shifting Gears, The Other Side), and video game composer Rod Abernethy (Dead Space, RAGE, The Hobbit Video Game). He also composed original music for multiple short films including Adrift, which won the “Best of Festival” Award at the Reel by Reel Film Festival. After graduation from UNCSA, William has worked closely with several directors and filmmakers, working on films such as Bad Taste (which won “Best Original Score” at the RVA Horror 48 Hour Film Festival) and Fleeced (Which won “Best Original Score” at both the Cannes Shorts Film Festival and the San Jose Independent Film Festival.)


Outside of film scoring, William has commissioned several different works including two Marching Band shows for Wheatmore High School, titled Carpe Diem and Wonderland. Independently, William has written three indoor percussion ensemble shows titled War Robot, Warhead, and Stealth.


William currently works at Southwest Guilford High School as a CTE Teacher, offering classes in Digital Design and Animation as well as Video Game Art Design. He has previously served as the drumline tech for Wheatmore High School during their 2021 and 2022 Marching Band Seasons. William is thrilled to be working with the Northwest Guilford Viking Band and is excited to share his love and passion for marching band and indoor percussion with the students of Northwest Guilford High School!

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Kevin Greene (Drum Line Tech) is a professional photographer and dedicated music educator from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from NC A&T State University while marching for the Blue and Gold Marching Machine as a snare drummer for the world renowned Cold Steel Drumline. Kevin also proudly served 4 years in the United States Marine Corps as a percussionist for Marine Band San Diego. 

Kevin brought his passion for music to North Carolina in 2016, where he spent 6 years as the Director of Brass & Percussion at NW Middle School and Assistant Director of Bands at NW High School. He also served as the Director of Percussion for Northwest’s Winter Percussion Ensemble during his tenure at Northwest.

Currently, Kevin owns a portrait & wedding photography business based in Greensboro, and also serves as a photographer for the Viking Band. He continues to reside in Greensboro, enjoying both his love for photography and passion for teaching music.

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Brandon Agee (Front Ensemble Tech) is a dedicated percussionist from Garner, NC, currently pursuing dual degrees in Music Education and Music Performance at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. With a passion for percussion that has spanned fifteen years, Brandon specializes in front ensemble and concert percussion music.


During his time at Cleveland High School, Brandon earned multiple Outstanding Percussionist awards, recognizing his commitment to marching band, winter percussion, and concert percussion. His dedication to his craft continued into his college career, where he has been a member of various percussion and jazz ensembles, as well as performing with the UNCG Wind Ensemble for three years. In this time, he has participated in numerous concerts and recording sessions.


In addition to his studies and performances, Brandon has been teaching percussion since graduating high school. His experience includes teaching and teching at Patrick County High School, Clayton High School, Cleveland High School, Randleman High School, and Northwest Guilford High School, where he has worked with students to develop their skills in both individual and ensemble settings. As a Front Ensemble Tech, Brandon hopes to share his knowledge and passion for music with aspiring musicians.

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Douglas Stevens (Audio Technician) is an A/V technician and percussionist from Kernersville, NC. He graduated from Guilford Technical Community College in May of 2023 with a degree in Recording Engineering and Concert Sound and Lighting.


Douglas is currently an A/V technician at Fountain of Life Lutheran Church and Joymongers Brewing Co. He also does stagehand work with the I.A.T.S.E. stagehand union. He has previously worked with other churches and a few music video shoots.


Douglas started his percussionist career in the 4th grade. He has been a member of several concert ensembles along with playing drum set for several bands in a variety of different genres. His marching career started at Great Oak High School in Temecula, CA where he marched 4 fall seasons, 4 indoor seasons, and 4 parade seasons. He has also matched with the Watchmen Drum and Bugle Corps in 2018, CATALYST Percussion in 2020, the Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets in 2022 (DCI 2022 Open Class Gold Medalist), and Civitas Independent in 2022 and 2023 (WGI 2022 Open Class Silver Medalist).

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