Jeremy Lee - Director
Jeremy Lee has been a percussionist since 1991 and won the John Phillips Sousa award at Santa Fe High School. He has played with many groups throughout the years including the Gator Band, Magic of Orlando, "Big 8" Marching Chiefs (FSU), multiple Alternative, Rock & Christian bands and a number of ensembles. Jeremy started his percussion career at Santa Fe High School as the percussion caption head where he won multiple top percussion awards along with back to back state championships for 6 years straight. Since that time he has worked with multiple groups all over Florida including Jupiter, Dwyer, Palm Beach Gardens, Bell, Newberry, Oak View, Howard Bishop, Trenton, Gainesville and Citrus High School. With these various schools Jeremy has lead his groups to top honors in percussion, music, performance, best in class and state championships for the Florida Marching Band Championships.Jeremy teamed up with Santa Fe High School again in 2014 and helped lead the band to win multiple competitions, multiple top percussion awards and a runner up title at state championships for FMBC. The percussion finished the season in 4th place overall in their division. At the end of 2014 he joined WGI Winds in the inaugural season for Project Arts in the Word Division as the director of Percussion. They won the Atlanta, Orlando WGI regional and at World Championships in Dayton OH Project Arts received the Bronze Medal award.In 2012 Jeremy started a scholastic group at Bell HS called Group 352 and they compete in FFCC (Florida Federation of Colorguard Circuit). Since that time they have placed in the top 5 every season. In 2015 he began an Independent group named Unity Percussion in WGI (Winter Guard International) that competed in the 2016 season. At FFCC Championships Unity Percussion was the overall silver medalist in the state of Florida. In their inaugural season they we went to World Championships is Dayton OH, made finals and placed eighth overall.Currently Jeremy is the Assistant Band Director at Bell Jr. Sr. High School, the Percussion Caption Head at Santa Fe High School, the Director & Founder of Group 352, Director of Percussion for Project Arts World, Director and Founder of Unity Percussion, Director of Music for Gainesville Church of God and is the President of Jeremy Lee Designs which is a Web Development company. He has been married to his beautiful wife since 1998 and has three gorgeous daughters and a handsome son.
Jason Beverung & Sean Barr - Visual/Choreographer
Jason Beverung Jason Beverung is the newest addition to Group 352's staff. A native of Gainesville, Fl, Jason graduated from Buchholz High School and performed in their Wind Symphony, Jazz Band, and the Golden Regiment marching band. He then moved on to Santa Fe College and played in the jazz band there for two years. He is currently entering his senior year at the University of Florida. In the summer of 2010, Jason went on tour with the Drum Corps International Drum and Bugle Corps The Boston Crusaders marching euphonium. During his musical career, he has had the pleasure of performing with many great ensembles and performing at the Midwest Clinic and Carnegie Hall. Jason has also been a visual/brass tech at Santa Fe High School for the past six years. During his time at Santa Fe, the band earned their record setting 8th state championship. They have finished in the top three at state every other year. In his free time, Jason also plays for a Gainesville local band called the Savants of Soul.
Sean Barr - Coming soon
Ryan Miller - Front Ensemble Tech
Ryan was born in Louisville, Kentucky and moved to Newberry when he was nine and before long found that he wanted to learn how to play music. As most musicians start, he began learning about music at Oak View middle school, until he joined Newberry High School Band Of Pride. He played with NHS for four years, and in his senior year the NHS Band of Pride went to state finals and was awarded Class 1A State Runner-up. The percussion at Newberry during his junior and senior year received 2nd in the state and won top percussion at every event! Beginning his junior year he joined Group 352 and performed for two years winning multiple awards. Since he graduated High School, he has worked as percussion staff for Williston High School and is attending Santa Fe College in order to obtain a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Ryan has also joined the new Wind Ensemble through WGI and is playing for Project Arts which will be competing throughout the United States at the World Class level. Ryan stated, "After playing with Group 352 for two years, I am very excited to be coming back as a member of the staff, and I have great aspirations for what Group 352 can achieve this season!"
Jeremy Lee - Upper Battery Tech Coming Soon
Gabriel Rivera - Bass Tech Coming Soon
Justin Morin - Cymbal Tech
I have been marching cymbals for 6 years now and have loved every second of it. My approach to teaching any plate line of any level it is always Technique and sound quality first. I marched 2 years of my high school indoor line 4 during marching season and 1 year with Bradford Independent.
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