Evan Dixon selected as Member Advocate
Updated: Oct 6, 2021
The Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps are pleased to announce the selection of Evan Dixon as our Member Advocate.
The role of the Member Advocate is to ensure members have immediate access during any corps activity both on tour and during the off season to help navigate members in need of support. The advocate will represent the marching members in a fully confidential format in order to enable a more robust pathway for communication from the members directly to the board.
"I am unbelievably excited to join the Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps this summer as the Member Advocate and look forward to serving the greater good of the corps." -Evan Dixon
Evan Dixon has been a musician all his life. His first performance was playing Johnny B. Goode in the kindergarten talent show along with his father. As he grew, his love for music never ended and eventually Mr. Dixon was a Trooper- marching tenors in 2002! In addition, he performed with the Colorado State University Marching Band and worked his way up to center snare for two years following his time in drum corps. Mr. Dixon earned a Bachelor of Music in Education from CSU in 2006. He started teaching public school in Loveland, Colorado. Since then, Mr. Dixon moved to Arizona and continued to teach public school music courses at every level of K-12 education and currently is teaching as the band Director at Deer Valley High School in Glendale, Arizona. Mr. Dixon earned his Masters of Music in Conducting in 2012, also from Colorado State University and recently was married to his beautiful wife Danielle. They live in Phoenix Arizona with two wonderful dogs- a boxer hound and a German Shepherd.