The Kilties have announced their 2017 winter/spring rehearsal schedule. Winter rehearsals are held at Gilmore Middle School, 2330 Northwestern Avenue in Racine, WI. -- Beginning in April, rehearsals are held out doors at Gilmore Middle School, or locations to be detemined in WI and IL.
Dec--3/4 Opening Weekend
Jan-- Winter Recess
March--11 (Scottish Tasting)
April--29/30 (Outdoor Rehearsals Start)
May--29 (Memorial Day Parade)
(Note: our 2017 calendar allows us to march in the Racine Memorial Day Parade.)
We are working on the summer schedule. Stay tuned! we will post an anticipated summer schedule next month . . .
The Kilties will hold their annual Membership Weekend on December 3rd and 4th at Gilmore Middle School in Racine, Wisconsin. Potential members are invited to attend this annual event along with veterans and alumni. Lodging will be available and the corps will provide meals throughout the two day event. Membership is open to those from 16 years old and upward with positions open in brass, color guard and percussion (battery and front ensemble). The weekend will include an orientation session on the Kiltie organization, skill and talent evaluations in group/section settings and section rehearsal sessions learning the 2017 production. Apply online here to receive further information. The Kilties are a world renowned all-age coed organization founded in 1934 and focused on education and mentor-ship.
Since The Kilties founding by Mr. Raymond Vance in 1934, it has been the goal of the organization to offer the finest in design, instruction and teaching; in addition to being a positive and uplifting experience for the membership. 2017 is no different as The Kilties have assembled a stable of highly experienced and qualified arrangers, composers, designers and educators with the sole purpose of offering a competitive, fan-friendly and member-friendly production for the 2017 performance season. Here is our Design Team for 2017.
Stay Tuned . . . we will soon be listing our entire 2017 production staff.
Show Design and Development